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Raul Burbano | On Sunday November 26, 2017, Honduras held elections for president, the National Assembly, and mayors. Leading up to the elections, Honduras experienced escalating militarization and intimidation.
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Jennifer Moore | Before the military-backed coup in Honduras five years ago, the Canada-Honduras Free Trade Agreement was not such a sure deal. It took a disaster -- that is leading to more -- to pave the way.
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Mark Taliano | Honduran sweatshop workers are basically slaves and their status will likely remain unchanged... Or get worse
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Mark Taliano & Raul Burbano | Hondurans have experienced increased levels of violence since the coup and unprecedented levels of murder and criminalization of politicians, human rights advocates, labor activists and journalists
Podcast
The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper's Foreign Policy
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | I speak with Yves Engler, award winning author and activist, on his latest book entitled "The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper's Foreign Policy."
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | On the Smash the State Report: the Walk for Peace, Respect and Friendship, a piece from Julian Ichim on legitimacy in movements, ripping apart Margaret Wente's attack on David Suzuki, and more!
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Canadian-backed Honduran Coup d'Etat
Riaz Sayani-Mulji, Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Grahame Russell of Rights Action on the environmental destruction, indigenous dispossession and human rights violations by Canadian mining companies operating in South America.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | The people of Honduras were engaged in an historic event this weekend: the return of President Manuel Zelaya, 23 months after he was forced into exile at gunpoint in a military coup.
News
Presidents Porfirio Lobo of Honduras (left) and Álvaro Colom of Guatemala (right) at the World Coffee Conference in February 2010.  Photo: Gobierno de Guatemala/Flickr
Jason Tockman | One year ago last week, Honduran President Manuel Zelaya woke up with a gun pointed at his head. Even the U.S. has expressed concern over human rights violations, but the Harper government is silent.
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Mordecai Briemberg | Despite a military coup, rigged elections, and severe repression, the population of Honduras remains resilient in its demand for a new constitution.
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Mordecai Briemberg | On November 29, the leaders of the coup in Honduras held an election that most of the population boycotted. B.C. Teachers Federation president Irene Lanzinger was there.
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Geoff Hughes, Chris Albi, Mitch Podolak | Alert! Radio #132 - Global human rights activist Grahame Russell, and community organizer Eric Shragge. Folk legend Mitch Podoluck with Music Is The Weapon.