As Honduras slides deeper into its worst crisis since the 2009 U.S.-backed coup, rights defender Bertha Oliva speaks about the state of human rights and the anti-democratic maneuvers that have set the stage the current crackdown. […]
A comrade of murdered Honduran leader Berta Cáceres talks about how he champions popular education on sexual diversity and body autonomy to smash taboos, blazing a trail in Central America of defending LGBTI rights in Indigenous spaces. […]
A presidential victory for Honduras’ opposition alliance appears to be an uphill battle. But if it does overcome the odds, governing to the left and pushing for the transformative change Honduras needs could be another major challenge. […]
Today was her birthday. Berta Cáceres would have turned 46 years old today, but instead of gathering to celebrate her birthday, people have been gathering to mark the anniversary of her death. A lifelong organizer […]
Fifteen hundred people from at least 22 countries convened in Honduras from April 13-15, 2016 for the “Peoples of ¡Berta Vive!” International Gathering. They came to honor slain global movement leader Berta Cáceres and to commit themselves to keeping her legacy alive.
The coup in Honduras hasn’t just been against Honduras. It’s been against all emancipatory processes. It’s been a clear, threatening message to the progressive and leftist governments in our continent. It’s a message that the ultra-right and the imperialists aren’t going to stop. They want to reclaim power, and they know very well that they need our resources. – Berta Cáceres […]