Tag Archives: Honduras

Freedom Rider: The Migrant Caravan and U.S. Policy, by Margaret Kimberley

A truly democratic United States would not destroy other countries and would do better by its own people. The migrant caravan and fear of it are proof of failure on both counts.

Popular Resistance: Elections and Movements

Article: The relationship between movements and elections is complicated to navigate but to succeed we will need both an electoral and non-electoral movement that are independent of the corporate duopoly.

Evergreene Digest: Venezuela and U.S. military intervenes in Latin America, Honduras, protests in Brazil

U.S. Meddling Escalates: Venezuela – A new crisis
A Public Forum, Minneapolis

On March 9, President Obama issued an executive order declaring that Venezuela is “an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security” and ordered sanctions on seven Venezuelan state officials. The U.S. has maintained a hostile stance to Venezuela and it’s government, including CIA and other meddling and support for coup attempts.

Public Talk · Hosted by Anti-War Committee

SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 2015
2 PM MAYDAY BOOKS
301 Cedar Ave. South on the West Bank
Minneapolis

Come to public forum to discuss:• Why is the U.S. hostil

Tomgram: Aviva Chomsky, What’s at Stake in the Border Debate

America’s Continuing Border Crisis:  The Real Story Behind the “Invasion” of the Children    By Aviva Chomsky  tomdispatch.com  August 24, 2014 Click here to read Tom Engelhardt’s introduction. Call it irony or call it a nightmare, but the “crisis” of Central American children crossing the U.S.-Mexican border, which lasted for months amid fervent and angry […]

Beyond the Border, Into the Wilderness

 Texas has become the deadliest state in the US for undocumented immigrants. In 2012, 271 migrants died while crossing through Texas, surpassing Arizona as the nation’s most dangerous entry point. The majority of those deaths didn’t occur at the Texas-Mexico border but in rural Brooks County, 70 miles north of the Rio Grande, where the […]

Buddy Bell> Backwards Intentions> Afghanistan and Honduras

Backwards Intentions> Afghanistan and Honduras  By Buddy Bell   August 31, 2012   VCNV I’ll always remember a scene from my second day in Afghanistan, when 16-year-old Abdulhai asked me a question, in English. “Is this your first time in a backward country?” I could see at the time that his comment was spoken from a place […]