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The Honduras Now Podcast shares human rights stories and connects them to global issues and North American policy. Honduras Now provides on-the-ground analysis from host, Karen Spring, a long-time human rights activist and researcher, and Hondurans from all walks of life through interviews and trips around the country.

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Honduras Now Podcast Karen Spring

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The Honduras Now Podcast shares human rights stories and connects them to global issues and North American policy. Honduras Now provides on-the-ground analysis from host, Karen Spring, a long-time human rights activist and researcher, and Hondurans from all walks of life through interviews and trips around the country.

Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/honduras-now-podcast/donations

    Ep. 4: Garifuna Lives Matter

    Ep. 4: Garifuna Lives Matter

    On July 18, 2020, Afro-indigenous Garifuna land defenders were kidnapped from their homes and disappeared. This episode goes through the series of events since their disappearance.

    For decades, the Garifuna people have been threatened by the global tourist industry and African palm companies that want to take their collectively-owned ancestral lands. The Garifuna have resisted and have faced repression as a result. This episode proposes actions to demand an investigation into the recent disappearances of the Garifuna land defenders.

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    • 28 min
    Ep 3: covid-19 and corruption

    Ep 3: covid-19 and corruption

    Healthcare workers are on the front lines of the Covid-19 crisis that continues to worsen in Honduras. This week, Honduran physicians delivered a strong message to North American and Honduran sweatshops. They are also protesting against the other pandemic exacerbating Covid-19's impacts in the country: corruption

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    • 23 min
    Ep. 2: What the coup means 11 years later

    Ep. 2: What the coup means 11 years later

    Its been 11 years since the 2009 coup in Honduras. This episode provides a brief overview of the current crisis generated by the Covid-19 pandemic in the context of the 11th anniversary of the 2009 coup d'état. We hear from social movement leader and President of STIBYS union, Carlos H. Reyes and the General Coordinator of COPINH, Berta Zúñiga Cáceres.

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    • 20 min
    Ep. 1: The 2009 coup d'état in Honduras

    Ep. 1: The 2009 coup d'état in Honduras

    This episode is an overview of the June 28, 2009 coup d'état in Honduras. Why did it happen? Who supported it? Featuring voices from Hondurans in the streets of Tegucigalpa on June 28, 2009 & examining the role of the U.S. and Canadian governments in an event that sparked the on-going economic, social and humanitarian crisis in Honduras.

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    • 16 min
    Ep 0: What's Honduras Now? Who's Karen Spring?

    Ep 0: What's Honduras Now? Who's Karen Spring?

    Get a taste of what the Honduras Now Podcast is all about. Meet your host, Karen Spring, the Honduras-based Coordinator for the Honduras Solidarity Network (HSN) with over a decade of experience living and working on human rights issues in Honduras.

    Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/honduras-now-podcast/donations

    • 5 min

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