On November 24th, Honduras will have its next election. If perchance that is free and fair, the 2009 coup against President Manuel Zelaya could be effectively reversed. A young activist has been recruiting election observers in the US.

Featured guests/speakers:

Ana Gabriela Rivera is 25 years old, and she’s gone from being an environmental engineering student to leading a feminist collective within the Honduras resistance movement.

Credits:

Interview by Lisa Rudman, courtesy of the Making Contact Women’s Desk.

ON WINGS | November 16, 2013 | 2:30 pm

Honduras Resistance, Part 1: Why A Third Party is Contesting the Coming Election

On November 24th, Honduras will have its next election. If perchance that is free and fair, the 2009 coup against President Manuel Zelaya could be effectively reversed. A young activist has been recruiting election observers in the US.

Featured guests/speakers:

Ana Gabriela Rivera is 25 years old, and she’s gone from being an environmental engineering student to leading a feminist collective within the Honduras resistance movement.

Credits:

Interview by Lisa Rudman, courtesy of the Making Contact Women’s Desk.

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