Honduras

Stop Brutal Repression of Honduran Movement

Call and Write the Obama Administration and Congress to demand that until the brutal repression of social movements in Honduras ends, the United States Government: · Suspend all aid to the Lobo administration · Stop the U.S. State Department lobbying for recognition of the undemocratic government of Honduras. · Recognize the Honduran people’s demand for…

Urgent Call for Accompaniment from Honduras Resistance Front

Join the Delegation from Sept. 14-22 “Our privileged status as US citizens can help insure the safety of Honduras democracy advocates” – Dale Sorenson, director, Marin Task Force on the Americas Attacks and repression against the nonviolent resistance movement have escalated since defacto President Porfiro Lobo took office in January 2010 after he won a…

Join the Central American Independence Day Delegation to Honduras

Join Alliance for Global Justice Co-Coordinator Chuck Kaufman and be part of the ongoing accompaniment and solidarity presence in Honduras. September 15 (Central American Independence Day) is the day that the Honduran Resistance will present the results of the Consulta calling for a Constitutional Assembly. Delegates will meet with members of the Platform for Human…

Congressional Letter to Clinton on Honduras

Twenty-seven members of Congress sent Secretary of State Clinton a letter stating their concern over reports of continuing violence in Honduras. The group recommended that more investigative work be done into the state of human rights in the country, that just last year fell victim to a coup. The group also suggested that if reports…

Save Lives in Honduras

Join the Honduras Solidarity Network’s Emergency Response Network The following was published by the Honduras Solidarity Network, of which AFGJ is part. Human rights violations continue to increase in Honduras against the broad-based citizen’s movement, which has been bravely demanding democracy and justice since the coup against elected President Manuel Zelaya June 28, 2009. The…

No Military Aid for Honduras Oppression

We urge you to send a message to your member of Congress to share your concerns for the deteriorating human rights situation in Honduras and to insist that the United States stop their efforts to push for international recognition of the Lobo government. Ask your member of Congress to call for no military aid to…

Delegation to Honduras (June 24- July 1, 2010)

This message was originally released by the Quixote Center. The people of Honduras request our accompaniment as they mark the first anniversary of the coup d’état and emergence of the Honduran Resistance Movement. After one year of relentless repression, the resistance movement is strong, resilient and advancing the dream of social change.