Friendship Office of the Americas

The Friendship Office of the Americas is a social justice organization that fosters solidarity between the peoples of Nicaragua, Honduras and the United States and pursues polices of peace and friendship.

Women in Nicaragua: Power and Protagonism – Join a Delegation

ALLIANCE FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE & CASA BENJAMIN LINDER DELEGATION: WOMEN IN NICARAGUA: POWER & PROTAGONISM Where: Managua, Carazo, Matagalpa & Estelí, Nicaragua When: 6 – 15 August 2022 (Arrive in-country no later than 6th Aug, leave 15th Aug) Cost: $75 per person/per day all-inclusive 9-day brigade. Total cost: $675 per person* To apply: Write to casabenjaminlinder@gmail.com Application deadline: 25 June 2022 Description: Nicaragua

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New Book by Dr. James Phillips on Honduras documents devastating impact of the “colonial extractive relationship of Honduras to the United States”

In a new book, Extracting Honduras: Exploiting Resources and Forcing People to Flee, Dr. James Phillips documents the devastating “colonial (or imperial) extractive relationship of Honduras to the United States.”   The book has just been published by Lexington Books… With a focus on Honduras, this book explores the deeper causes of the massive emigration of

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Ben Linder Presente! Light and Legacy Brigade

CASA BENJAMIN LINDER: LIGHT & LEGACY BRIGADE Where: Managua & San José de Bocay, Nicaragua When:25 April-2 May 2022 Cost: $75 per person/per day all-inclusive 9-day brigade. Total cost: $675 per person* To apply:Write to casabenjaminlinder@gmail.com Application deadline: 25 March 2022 Description: 40 years ago as a young juggler, unicyclist & electrical engineer, Ben Linder

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Berta Cáceres Human Rights in Honduras Act

On the 5-year anniversary of the assassination of Honduran environmental and indigenous rights leader, Berta Cáceres, Congressman Johnson re-introduced the Berta Cáceres Act for Human Rights in Honduras with 44 original co-sponsors. The Berta Cáceres Human Rights in Honduras Act will suspend U.S. funding for police and military operations, and prohibit international loans providing security

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