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

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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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