Scorched-earth eviction of the community of Rigores, Aguán Valley, Honduras

Jesse Freeston of the Real News Network offers another excellent video-reportage on the violent repression of small farmers in post-coup Honduras:

Cascadian compa Caitlin Payne Roberts, in Honduras on an Alliance for Global Justice delegation, has written an account of the eviction and first-hand update on the state of human rights and civil resistance in Honduras, published by Olympia’s Works in Progress newspaper.  For more information on human rights and land struggles in Honduras, as well as opportunities for international solidarity, please refer to the Honduras Accompaniment Project.

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Human rights and solidarity activist from Cascadia, North America, writing about issues of justice and security in Guatemala and Central America from a perspective of solidarity with human rights and social movements.
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