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Honduras After the Coup: Fear and Defiance

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Honduras After the Coup: Fear and Defiance

"Nos tienen miedo porque no tenemos miedo."

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"They are afraid of us because we are not afraid of them." This slogan was chanted by the thousands of demonstrators who defied the illegitimate de facto government imposed by the Honduran military inthe protests that erupted throughout the country immediately after the after the coup of June 28, 2009. I recently visited Honduras along with a delegation led by Rights Action, a human rights group based in Toronto and Washington, D. C. I was introduced to the role that fear plays in the political life of the country, and to the importance of the fact that so many people are ready to defy that fear.

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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 (more...)
 
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