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Gay Honduran describes gov’t repression

July 10, 2014

WW photo: Brenda Ryan Nelson Arambú, center, carrying the banner. LeiLani Dowell, right side.PHOTO: COLECTIVO HONDURAS USA RESISTENCIA Workers World managing editor LeiLani Dowell spoke with Nelson Arambú, a leader of the LGBT ­community in Honduras and a member of the Move­ment of Diversity in [...]

No deportations of migrant youth!

July 9, 2014

Refugee status for detained children NOW Activists put a sardonic but accurate twist on the Fourth of July so-called celebration.  It is called the “Fourth of You-Lie.” This is certainly apropos of the current crisis on the U.S./Mexican border, which played out in Murietta, Calif., on July 4 [...]

San Francisco rally defends human rights in Honduras

July 2, 2014

Photo: Roy Schachter On the fifth anniversary of the coup in Honduras, the Bay Area Latin America Solidarity Coalition and Hondurans in Resistance of Northern California held a rally in San Francisco’s Mission District to demand “Stop the violence” and “Defend human [...]


June 11, 2014

San Salvador, El Salvador — In yet another sign of the revolutionary momentum sweeping the Americas, Salvador Sánchez Cerén was inaugurated president of El Salvador on June 1 amidst an emotional and victorious air of celebration here in the capital. President Sánchez Cerén is the historic [...]

All labor should support LEGALIZATION!

April 23, 2014

As progressives and workers march once again on May Day, it is important to reflect on the workers’ movement in this country. How can the working class move forward in this period? This question cannot be answered without taking into consideration three important components: migrant workers, [...]

Toda la clase obrera debe apoyar ¡La legalización!

April 23, 2014

Mientras progresistas y trabajadoras/es marchan el Primero de Mayo, debemos preguntarnos: ¿Cómo puede la clase obrera avanzar en este período? Tenemos que tener en cuenta tres componentes importantes: trabajadoras/es migrantes, trabajadoras/es de bajos salarios y la lucha contra el racismo. [...]

Honduras: People resist despite fraud and violence

February 15, 2014

Police threats can’t stop movement.Photo: The people of Honduras have much in common with the rest of Latin America and the Caribbean: a culture rich in art, music and food in a land with warm, loving people. Like many other nations in the Americas, Honduras also [...]

Eyewitness Honduras: Families struggle after prison fire

December 19, 2013

Comayagua, Honduras — Last month, a delegation from the International Action Center traveled to Honduras to assist with monitoring the presidential election there. Widespread fraud was expected and did indeed happen. The IAC delegation is unanimous in declaring the election as fraudulent. (See [...]
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