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15 years after the coup in Honduras: What does solidarity look like now?

by the Honduras Solidarity Network June 28, 2024 is the 15th anniversary of the 2009 right-wing military & political coup in Honduras that overthrew the democratically elected president, Manuel (Mel) Zelaya. On June 28, 2009, Zelaya was targeted for his vision of an independent Honduras, a part of the Latin American movement, “looking South not…

Honduras 2023 saw the U.S.-supported right wing escalate its attacks against the people’s elected government. Will 2024 bring any accountability or change?

by Victoria Cervantes, Victoria Cervantes is an AFGJ Board Member and one of the Honduras Solidarity Network coordinators. Vicki is a founding member of the group La Voz de los de Abajo Chicago which has been accompanying the Honduran campesinx and social movements in solidarity since 1998. 2023 saw aggressive actions from the remnants of…

UPDATE: Honduras Solidarity Network Hurricane Eta and Iota Emergency Response Fund

As we write this, the crisis generated by the new Hurricane Iota is still unfolding in Honduras. This morning, Honduras woke up to another major disaster less than two week after the last one, Hurricane Eta. Many people still do not have electricity or signal on their phones and even more people have had to flee…