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Ten days with the Honduran Resistance: The Primaries

  Continued from the main story. Despite the fear in the back of voters’ minds, optimism was evident. Three parties: National, Liberal and Libre took part in the primaries. This…

Ten days with the Honduran Resistance: The struggle for indigenous community radio

The drive up to La Esperanza offered a glimpse of Honduran life: men on horseback leading loaded-up pack horses, dogs running into traffic, roadside stands and a strong military and…

Ten days with the Honduran Resistance: The campesino movement

After staging occupation of the lands since 2006, the campesinos won back the rights to about 11,000 hectares in 2011, but have been unsuccessful in having the new terms implemented.…

Ten days with the Honduran Resistance: What is the resistance?

Continued from the main story. In the lead-up to the primaries, we met with a number of Libre Party candidates who outlined the goals and platforms of the party. Land…

Ten days with the Honduran Resistance: A social movement enters the political arena

In November, I spent 10 days with people who are in the midst of changing their nation’s history. In the face of deeply entrenched corruption, repression and violence in Honduras,…

Me, my mom and Alzheimer’s

“My dad and I talk politics; my mom and I talk about the weather.”

A case study in ascension

Cody Klippenstein starts her writing career by winning two prestigious literary awards

Making migrants’ rights human rights

On Nov. 26, the sun beat down on a crowd of some 800 delegates from over 65 countries gathered in Manila to fight for the rights of migrants. On Katipunan…