Analysis of the recent "election" of Porforio Lobo on the news station Russia Today.
This is an interview with Carlos H. Reyes, Independent party candidate for president and long time union leader who renounced his bid for presidency. In the course of his candidacy, he recieved numerous death threats and his arm was broken by the Honduran Army. In this interview, he gives a brief history of Honduras, the election and mandate of Zelaya, and thoughts about the future of Honduras and the illegitimacy of the elections.
Lisa Sullivan and Bertha Oliva give a workshop on the coup in Honduras at the annual School of the Americas protest.
Berta Oliva, executive director of COFADEH, Committee of the Families of the Disappeared in Honduras, talks about the coup in Honuduras and the human rights violations.
First Video: Jessica Sanchez of Honduran Feminists in Resistance (Feministas en Resistencia Hondureno) talks about the violence against women in Honduras as it was perpetrated by the National Police and Army.
Second Video: Meri Agorcia (COFADEH) documents systematic repression in Honduras through statistics and figures.
Bertha Oliva, coordinator of COFADEH (Committee of Relatives of Missing Prisoners in Honduras) speaks about the purpose of COFADEH and its history of involvement in the search for the disappeared. She speaks about how the torturers from the dark period of the 1980’s, who used to hide in the shadows to murder, now have the protection of the military coup government to challenge, through their rapes and illegal detentions, the very framework of human rights in Honduras and the world.
Al Jazeera documentary on the Honduran resistance, in two parts.
This is a great video summary of the current situation in Honduras, speaking about the coup’s repression, the constitution, and the "riots."