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.

News and Analysis

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On the 80th day of the coup, both the de facto government and the resistance movement against the coup held marches to celebrate the anniversary of Central America’s independence from Spain. At a military parade, de facto President Roberto Micheletti defiantly insisted that it would take a...
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This is an excellent overview or introduction to the coup in Honduras. This story is not being reported on by the mainstream media.
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<p>&nbsp;<font size="2"><i>We thank everyone for their prayers for the Honduran people, and for our delegation this week. Our delegation will issue a more formal report after we return home, but informal notes follow in order to share a glimpse of what we are...
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Tom Loudon talks about US complicity in the coup in Honduras on El Mundo al Dia. Can't view this content?  Try opening it with VLC Media Player.
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 We thank everyone for their prayers for the Honduran people, and for our delegation this week. Our delegation will issue a more formal report after we return home, but informal notes follow in order to share a glimpse of what we are experiencing. While we are the sixth delegation in a series...