Honduras Accompaniment Project Honduras Accompaniment Project works to accompany the nonviolent social movement in Honduras in the face of the repression begun by the coup.

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Our plan for the day had been to divide our delegation into three groups, with each group joining marches from different directions.  At the last minute we were advised that the marchers coming in from the North, from Siguatepeque and La Esperanza, were the smallest group and thus thought to...
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Something unprecedented is occurring in Honduras.  Since the military coup which occurred on June 28th, the people of Honduras have mounted 6 weeks of sustained, massive, non-violent resistance to the violent take-over of their country.   Perhaps even more astounding, is that this...
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Sábado 8 de agosto de 2009 Buenos Días, Gente de la Resistencia! Le brindamos saludos de parte de todos los pueblos del mundo, especialmente la gente solidaria de los EEUU. Nosotros somos un grupo de estadounidenses que venimos aquí tras la invitación de ustedes, y...
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The march in Tegucigalpa today was massive and spirited.  It would be hard to get an accurate count of how many people participated, but it spread out for blocks and blocks.  It left from the Pedagogic University and we walked for several miles to the headquarters of the United Nations....
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Saturday we went to a cultural event in the Central Park of Tegucigalpa, where poets and singers entertained an animated crowd. The event was titled “Youth armed with Culture against Barbarity”.  It was a lively and uplifting time. Part of our group then headed to Sabana Grande,...