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Video Reports: Repression and Resistance in Post-Coup Honduras PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jesse Freeston   
Wednesday, 04 May 2011 01:00

Below is a series of short video reports from Honduras produced by Jesse Freeston on the resistance movement, land occupations, repression against teachers and the struggle for democracy after the 2009 military coup.

Source: The Real News

Video 1. Report from Land Occupations in Post-Coup Honduras

Poor farmers are taking land from agribusiness that supported the 2009 military coup--and paying with their lives

Video 2. Brutal Repression in Honduras Targets Teachers, Popular Resistance

Weeks of demonstrations continue against de-facto regime and its plans to privatize public education

Video 3. Honduran Students Defend Occupied National University

Students and teachers defend against police attack on resistance movement at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Honduras

Video 4. Honduran Teachers Get Shock Treatment

Post-coup regime in Honduras carrying out unprecedented assault on the most organized sector of the resistance, the teachers


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