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The New Honduras

05/23/2010 - Things are back to normal in Honduras.

At least that’s the message of right-wing president Porfirio “Pepe” Lobo Sosa and much of the international community. Several U.S. and international agencies are in the process of restoring aid to Honduras. U.S. biofuels, mining and other businesses are ramping up for increased investment in the impoverished Central American country. The massive repression of public protests, curfews and censorship that followed last summer’s coup d’etat have abated.

But this image ignores a new reality in Honduras: the emergence of what many are calling death squads carrying out targeted assassinations, brutal attacks and threats. They have created an extreme climate of fear for the campesinos (peasants), teachers, union members, journalists and other community leaders involved in the resistance movement that continues to oppose the coup and Lobo’s election.
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[PAST] Ismael Moreno "Father Melo" in Boston Sunday, March 7, 2010

Proyecto Hondureño and Centro Presente invite you to join us for a special presentation March 7, 2010 at 4:00pm, 267 Broadway Chelsea, MA (Centro Latino de Chelsea).

Father Melo a Jesuit Priest and Director of Radio Progreso, a community radio station promoting free expression of ideas, will be speaking on the human rights violations occuring in Honduras as well as the current state of Honduras.

For more information contact: Tito Meza Proyecto Hondureno at 617-610-3784 or Patty Montes Centro Presente 617-959-3108
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[PAST] Get involved: Delegation to Honduras

03/03/2010 - March 13-20: Honduras Solidarity Delegation. Meeting in Tegucigalpa or San Pedro Sula, the group will hear from the popular resistance movement and human rights groups, visit political prisoners and threatened communities, and document human rights abuses.
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[PAST] Delegation to Honduras March 13 to 20

01/18/2010 - The Bay Area (San Francisco) Latin America Solidarity Coalition is organizing a delegation to Honduras. It will be lead by Andres Conteris. The dates are March 13 to 20th and the plan is to arrive in Tegucigalpa and depart from San Pedro.

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[Past] Prof. Noam Chomsky Speaking on the Crisis in Honduras, Tuesday, Dec. 15

The Committee in Solidarity with the Honduran Resistance presents:

The Meaning of the Coup for Democracy Here and in Latin America

Sponsored by:
* MIT Western Hemisphere Project
* Mass. Global Action
* Proyecto Hondureño
* Colombia Vive
* Democratic Socialists of America
* United for Justice with Peace
* Chelsea Uniting Against the War
* Project Voice/American Friends Service Committee
* Centro Presente
* Boston May Day Committee

MIT - Lecture Hall 26-100 - 6:30 PM

With an introduction by Prof. Rodolfo Pastor, Minister of Culture of Zelaya's government and Visiting Prof. of History at the Faculty of Arts and Science, Harvard University

On November 29th, elections were carried out amidst defacto military rule in Honduras. For four and a half months the country has suffered media censorship, widespread human rights violations, brutality against women and the LGBT community, and targeted assasinations of resistance leaders. Though Barack Obama initially condemned the coup which ousted democratically-elected president Manuel Zelaya, his administration expressed no qualms with these abuses, and has recognized the farce elections.

With this we witness the inauguration of a new model: overturn the leftist and replace him with the oligarch. So long as elections are realized, regardless of the conditions, the US will support you. This is a betrayal of the sovereignty of Latin American, proving to the world that the superpower, even under Obama, will support military coups and mass brutality so long as they bolster US interests.

Professor Noam Chomsky, veteran commentator on Latin American affairs, will discuss the coup in Honduras, and what it means to the hemisphere. Join us in this evening of solidarity with the Honduran resistance.

To download the flyer click here.

For directions and tickets click on [+] below. Thank you.

Tickets are still available at the door.
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[Past] Honduras After the National Reconciliation Agreement

An analisis of the events and the future of Honduras after the signing of the Guaymuras Accord of Tegucigalpa/San Jose for national reconciliation and the strengthening of democracy.



RODOLFO F. PASTOR, Visiting Prof. of History at the Faculty of Arts and Science, Harvard University and former Minister of Culture under the government of Manuel Zelaya in Honduras.

SIMON RIOS, founding member of the Committee in Solidarity with Honduras, musician and writer


Also a fundraising event to support the Honduran Resistance

Sponsored by the Committee in Solidarity with the Honduran Resistance
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T-Shirts to support the Honduran resistance

10/10/2009 - Our solidarity tees are in!!!

Printed by a Boston screen-printer on Union-made shirts, they are 100% cotton and they are BEAUTIFUL!

They come in either Forest Green or Communist Red, in small, medium, & large sizes, with images on the front and back.

The front reads: "Contra el Golpe Militar: Contragolpe Popular!" (as depicted in foto) And "Resiste, Honduras, Resiste!!!"

The back reads "Solidarity Against the Coup in Honduras." as well as the URL to hondurasresists.org

As always, 100% percent of the proceeds will be destined for the Front Against the Coup.

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[Past] Fast for Honduras!

10/05/2009 - Are you able to fast in a public place in front of an institution that has supported the coup in Honduras (eg catholic church, a relevant embassy/consulate/political institution, a business that has supported the coup, etc) for part of this date? Make a cardboard sign or banner with reference to the worldwide fast for honduras, talk to people passing by and let them know what is happening in honduras / invite people to find out more and join in solidarity efforts, and have a photo taken and send it to us via email, website, facebook, etc.. If with more time you can do this or organise a bigger group of people it is not necessary to do it on the 5th October although this is ideal because it is the 100th day of the resistance.. This can be in the form of a (water only, liquids only) fast for the duration of the demonstration, you could also be promoting a boycott as a form of fasting

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[Past] National Solidarity March 8/28/09 in NYC against the coup in Honduras

Solidarity Activities held in: *

Boston, MA *Chicago, ILL *Cleveland, OH *Detroit, MI *Houston, TX *Hudson County, NJ *Los Angeles, CA *Raleigh, NC

FRIDAY, 28 de AUGUST 2009, 4:00PM to 7:00PM

Rally assembles at: Times Square (42nd St and 7th Ave) – New York, NY

March to and ending really: 42nd St to 48th St and 1st Ave (Honduran Embassy)

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[Past] Boston Solidarity with the Honduran Resistance 8/28/09 4:30PM

As a commemoration of two months of Honduran Resistance against the coup and in solidarity with the mobilization in Honduras on the 28th.

Flyering, chants, music, signs,

Friday August 28, 2009
4:30 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Government Center
Boston, MA

For more information contact:

Simon Rios 603-882-7894 - elektrodread@gmail.com
Tito Meza 617-610-3784 - honduproject@yahoo.com

Called for by: The Committee in Solidarity With The Honduran Resistance, Proyecto Hondureno, CISPES-Boston, International Action Center, Boston May Day Committee, International Action Center

(Please send a note to info@hondurasresists.org to endorse and to participate)

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[PAST] No to a meeting by Hillary Clinton with the Honduran coup-makers in Washington!

Call the State Department (202-647-4000) Monday 8/24/09; ask ten friends to call!

According to State Department spokesperson Ian Kelly, an official delegation of the regime installed by military coup in Honduras is invited to Washington to meet with U.S. "officials". The meeting will be to work "toward restoration of democratic and constitutional power in Honduras."

The dictatorial regime has used violence for two months, including the murders of union members by gunfire. It is an illegal regime. The Organization of American States has said so, with the U.S. voting to that effect. Argentina and other countries have expelled the Honduran coup regime's diplomats.
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[Pasado] Cultural Night in Solidarity with the Honduran Resistance

Friday, August 14 - 7pm
Encuentro 5, 33 Harrison Ave, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02111
see http://www.encuentro5.org for directions

Music: Ernesto Arroyo, Lady Enchantress, Sergio Reyes, Simon Rios, Rafael Medina

Featuring: Honduras photo slideshow, dancing, food

PRESENTED BY: Proyecto Hondureño/ Committee in solidarity with the Honduran Resistance

Endorsed by: American Friends Service Comittee- Project Voice, Centro Presente, Boston May Day Committee, Bolivarian Circle Martin Luther King, Massachussets Global Action, Chelsea United Against the War, CISPES

For more information contact:
Tito Meza at 617-610-3784 proyectohondureno@gmail.com
Simon Rios at 603-882-7894 elektrodread@gmail.com

Flyer in English (pdf)
Flyer in Spanish (pdf)

For upcoming events and the latest information please visit us at: http://hondurasresists.org

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[Past] Tue. 8/11 - 4:30pm - 6pm - Park Street Boston, Informational picket in solidarity with the Honduran resistance

08/08/2009 - TUE. 8/11 - 4:30pm - 6pm

International Day of Action

Called by the Committee in Solidarity with the Honduran Resistance, Proyecto Hondureno, CISPES-Boston, Boston May Day Committee, Mass. Global Action, Bolivarian Circle of Boston

(Please send a note to info@hondurasresists.org to endorse and to participate)


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[Past] Delegation of Honduran Leaders in Boston Led by Dr. Juan Almendares

A Forum on the Current Situation in Honduras

Thursday, August 6 – 10AM – At Tufts University, 206 Cabot Hall,The Fletcher School, 160 Packard Avenue, Medford, MA

For more information contact: Tito Meza: 617-610-3784 o Patricia Montes 617-959-3108

Sponsored by: NALACC, Honduran Project, Centro Presente, AFSC-Project Voice
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Honduran Civil Society and Immigrant Leaders Visit Washington, DC and other Key Cities in the U.S.

One month after the interruption of constitutional order in Honduras through a military coup d'etat and in the wake of widespread reports of human rights violations harkening back to events of the 1980s, the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC) is bringing a delegation of civil society representatives from that country to the U.S. to participate in a speaking tour and to advocate for the restoration of constitutional order and respect for human rights. The tour will start in Washington D.C. with visits to Congressional offices and will be followed by press and speaking events in various U.S. cities, including New York, Boston, and Chicago.

Tour Schedule:
Wednesday and Friday, July 29 - 31: Washington D.C.
Saturday to Tuesday, Aug. 1 - 4: New York City, NY
Wednesday and Thursday, August 5 - 6: Boston, MA
Friday and Saturday, August 7 - 8 : Chicago, IL
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