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My political activism started in the 60's with anti-war teach-ins at UCLA. I have lived in Vermont since 1970, where I have been involved in union organizing, electoral politics, cooperatives, international support, and various other progressive efforts. After seeing the movie "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" I realized that great things are happening in Latin America. I began to travel there and to follow developments via the internet. My most recent trip was to Honduras.
Sunday, March 7, 2010 Honduras After the Coup: Fear and Defiance
The military coup that deposed President Manuel Zelaya of Honduras on June 28, 2009 has resulted in a massive resistance movement. The oligarchy has responded to the resistance with violent repression, censorship, and terrorism.