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Reports from Honduras human rights delegation

The following report gives a succinct analysis of the current state of the human rights and resistance movements in post-coup Honduras, written over the last month by my friend Caitlin Power Hancey, with whom I served as an international accompanier … Continue reading

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Continuing to Walk in Solidarity

Dear friends and family, It was two years ago that I returned to Seattle following 10 months of serving as an international accompanier of human rights defenders in Guatemala.  It has been inspiring to live and learn alongside many of … Continue reading

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Honduran resistance: U.S. Ambassador Llorens knew about the coup

An article posted to the website of the Honduran National Popular Resistance Front details allegations that the U.S. Ambassador to Honduras, Hugo Llorens, was aware of the coup plot as it was being prepared in the summer of 2009, and … Continue reading

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Honduras, one year since the coup

“No-one owes obedience to a usurped government, nor to those who assume public functions or employment through force of arms or using methods and procedures which contravene or fail to recognize what is established in this Constitution and the law. … Continue reading

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¡Bienvenid@s!

“Es bello amar al mundo / con los ojos de los que no han nacido / todavía. …it is beautiful to love the world / with the eyes of those who have not yet / been born.” – Otto René Castillo

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