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June 28 Actions

For photos and reports on actions in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago go to the Petrelis Files  blogsite: http://mpetrelis.blogspot.ca/2012/06/gay-honduran-rallies-protesters-la-60.html#links

For photos and reports on actions in New York, Boston, Tuscon and Phoenix go to: http://mpetrelis.blogspot.com/2012/07/vigils-for-honduran-gays-peasants.html

Video of Los Angeles action:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ii20tAu2Ej4&feature=plcp

Video of New York City action
:http://youtu.be/t2XK2WAXKlc

More photos from June 28th Actions

posted Jun 28, 2012, 8:02 PM by Honduras Solidaritynetwork   [ updated Jul 4, 2012, 7:52 AM ]

Chicago Photos

June 28th Actions in the U.S.

posted May 30, 2012, 6:55 PM by Honduras Solidaritynetwork   [ updated Jun 20, 2012, 1:02 PM ]

San Francisco Bay Area

The Bay Area Latin American Solidarity Network (BALASC) will hold a vigil  on Thursday, June 28 at 5pm at 24th and Mission Street in San Francisco, to commemorate the 3rd anniversary of the coup against President Zelaya of Honduras and the ongoing repression and to  denounce the US support for the coup, the continued militarization of the army and police, the DEA assassination of 4 Hondurans last month, and US support of the government of Porfirio Lobo, which tries to put a democratic smiley face on the continuation of the brutal coup government.  


Boston

FREEDOM SONGS AND POETRY

THURSDAY, JUNE 28TH, 2012

Chelsea, City Hall Plaza

5:00 to 8:00 P.M.

We will have a special guest who recently returned from Honduras. He will inform us about his conversation with the people of La Mosquitia and the killings by the Honduran Army and their accomplices from the U.S. DEA/military.

For more information please call: Tito Meza (617) 610-3784. proyectohondureno@gmail.com  --- www.proyectohondureno.com


Chicago

On Thursday, June 28th beginning at noon, La Voz de los de Abajo with other Chicago organizations will hold a vigil and protest outside the Honduran Consulate in Chicago. For more information contact: lavozchicago@yahoo.com or (312) 259-5042



Kansas City

Honduras: Our Next War? Connecting the Dots

Monday, June 25th 6:00-8:30pm Kansas City Kansas Public Library Auditorium, 625 Minnesota Ave., KC 66101

Three members of the Cross Border Network recently returned from a human rights delegation to Honduras and traveled to Ahuas in the Mosquitia region, to speak with survivors and witnesses of a recent massacre. They will report back and show photos

The event is free, donations will be requested. Off-street parking is available behind the Library off Ann Ave. There will be typical Honduran appetizers. For more information call 816-835-4745.


Los Angeles 

Vigil at 6pm at the Honduran Consulate

3550 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles

sponsored by: Coalición Latinoamericano Pro Derechos Humanos en Latino América; Answer LA; Comite Solidario Graciela Garcia; Roland Palencia, Comités de Base del FMLN, Comités de Base del FSLN, Institute of Popular Education LA (IDEPSCA, Tendéncia Revolucionaria de El Salvador en Los Angeles, Frente Unido de Los Pueblos Americanos (FUPA), Danza Azteca Cuauhtemoc. 

 

New York City  Stand in Solidarity with the Honduran Resistance! Demand an End to Human Rights Violations and Impunity under the Lobo Regime!
U.S. Imperialism: Out of Honduras!

June 28, 2012

4 pm - meet in Times Square 

5pm march to the Honduran United Nations Mission

5:30 - 6:30 protest at the United Nations Plaza

Colectivo Honduras USA Resistencia-libre and Comite Solidario con America Latina y El Caribe en el International Action Center

May 1st Coalition, La Peña del Bronx, Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Center
For more information: Lucy 917-396-0204 or Teresa 917-328-6470


Phoenix, Arizona

June 29 at Conspire Coffee, 901 North 5th Street

Panel Discussion: 

Irene Rodriguez, journalist and participant in May delegation which investigated the killing of indigenous Miskito people, including two pregnant woman and a 14 year-old boy in a botched drug interdiction involving US DEA agents.

Elane Spivak Rodriguez, Alliance for Global Justice national staff and LGBTI activist on the targeting of LGBT activists since the June 28, 2009 coup for brutal torture and murder which has cost the community 30 members and counting.

Chuck Kaufman, Alliance for Global Justice national staff who has led several delegations to Honduras and represents AfGJ on the Coordinating Committee of the Honduras Solidarity Network

For information call: 202-544-9355 x1 - Alliance for Global Justice


Tucson, Arizona

Honduras Coup: LGBT and Indigenous Suffer

June 30, 2012 - 6:00-8:00pm

Jon Miles Room - Pima County Housing Center

801 W. Congress St.

Panel and light snacks: Speakers: 

Irene Rodriguez, journalist and participant in May delegation which investigated the killing of indigenous Miskito people, including two pregnant woman and a 14 year-old boy in a botched drug interdiction involving US DEA agents.

Elane Spivak Rodriguez, Alliance for Global Justice national staff and LGBTI activist on the targeting of LGBT activists since the June 28, 2009 coup for brutal torture and murder which has cost the community 30 members and counting.

Chuck Kaufman, Alliance for Global Justice national staff who has led several delegations to Honduras and represents AfGJ on the Coordinating Committee of the Honduras Solidarity Network

For information call: 202-544-9355 x1 - 

Sponsored by Alliance for Global Justice and Tucson Wingspan


Washington D.C.

June 28th - A day of action organized by Colectivo Morazan and Honduras Solidarity Network-DC

beginning with flyering with a fact sheet on Honduras at the Capitol South Metro Station at 355 First Street from 7:30-9:30 am (this is the Metro Stop most used by congressional office staff members). In the afternoon lobbying visits to Congressional offices will be organized to demand that the U.S. end its military and security aid and involvement in Honduras. 


In the evening, Miriam Miranda, Honduran resistence leader and president of the Afro-Honduran organization, OFRANEH will speak at an event at St. Stephens Church, 1525 Newton Street NW from 6:30- 9pm.


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