The Honduran Solidarity Network Delegation invites you to an evening of inspiration and discussion of the lessons of the Honduran Revolution to learn what it means to them and to us.
In the aftermath of the U.S. backed coup of June 2009, a massive popular resistance has arisen in Honduras. The National Popular Resistance Front has successfully united farm workers, urban laborers, including teachers, feminists, militant youth, LBGT, and environmentalists. Thousands mobilized daily in the streets. Most recently they organized an electoral wing, the Libre Party, which broke the two-party electoral monopoly in the national primary elections.
Note: Use the De Anza College South Entrance to access the Kirsch Center, building KC218.
This event is sponsored by Honduran Solidarity Network Delegation, Bay Area Latin American Solidarity Committee, Human Agenda, Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies, National Front of Popular Resistance, and San Jose Peace and Justice Center.
Added to the calendar on Monday Jan 14th, 2013 6:45 PM