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In the Honduran Muskitia, Indigenous people have long been targets of violence and injustice by the government’s fight against drug trafficking.
Days before the elections in Honduras, many living outside the country worry they won’t be allowed to cast their ballots on November 28.
At stake in Honduras’s upcoming general election is the continuity or rupture of the neoliberal, authoritarian pact between political and economic elites.
Garifuna activists in New York are working to change the legal status and improve the lives of Central American immigrants in the United States.
Honduran activists jailed in 2019 for opposing mining in their community have faced two years of unfair legal proceedings leading up to their trial.
Five Garífuna men were kidnapped on July 18 in Triunfo de la Cruz, Honduras. Miriam Miranda of the Black Fraternal Organization of Honduras says authorities are complacent toward rising violence against the Garífuna people.
Who Killed Berta Cáceres? by Nina Lakhani tells the story of how politicians and corporations repressed social movements in post-coup Honduras.
In the age of COVID-19, anything other than ending deportations is a high-risk, potentially disastrous move.
Teachers at an urban public school where violence is rife fear that a new U.S.-backed, police-run gang prevention program may be just another political tool.
The massive open migration from Central America highlights the growing sense of desperation in the region.