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Eyewitness Honduras: Since the U.S.-Supported Coup

In this episode of the Gay Liberation Network's monthly program on Chicago Access Network TV, GLN's Buddy Bell reports back on his most recent visit to the Central American nation of Honduras. During this program, we were particularly honored in this program by a phone-in from Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras, from Andrea Nuila of Feminists in Resistance, and Raúl Mendoza of Artists in Resistance and the Walter Trochez Alliance.

Originally broadcast March 9, 2012

Report back from Honduras

...with Special Guest Dr. Luther Castillo

GLN permalink 3-13-2012

Several Chicago activists, including GLN's Buddy Bell (who is also with Voices for Creative Nonviolence), recently have been on solidarity tours to Honduras following the U.S.-supported coup there. The report-back will be:

Wed., March 28
7 PM

Casa Michoacan
1638 Blue Island Ave

Besides Buddy, other participants in the report-back will include:

Dr. Luther Castillo, trained at the free Latin America School of Medicine in Cuba, started a free clinic in his home village where most people have never seen a doctor, coup government under Micheletti issued orders to shoot him on sight.

Vicki Cervantes, Alexy Lanza, Patricia Black, Eric Torres and Christine Whipple of La Voz de Los de Abajo.

John "Chuy" Chavez, of Radios Populares and La Voz de Los de Abajo and, Libby Pappalardo, a founder of the sister cities program with El Salvador.

Gay Liberation Network


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