miércoles, 29 de marzo de 2017

The COPINH after Berta Cáceres: Indigenous Resistance in Honduras

In conversation with Marlene and Tomás, representatives of the COPINH and the Lenca people

(en español a continuación)
Photo by Pablo Dominguez Galbraith
In the wake of last weeks’ International Women’s Day marches around the world, we wish to share these interviews with Marlene Reyes Castillo and Tomás Gómez Membreño, the leaders of the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) who are now at the forefront of the organization led by Berta Cáceres until her assassination on March 3, 2106. Berta Cáceres was and remains a global symbol of women’s and indigenous resistance to the dispossession, forced displacement, ecological destruction, and state violence inflicted by extractivist mega-projects around the world.  MORE>>>