Honduras after the Coup and the tragedy at the Comayagua federal prison
Latino Media Collective — DC, 23.03.2012
The Latino Media Collective is a community based media outlet covering the social, political economic and cultural topics pertaining to Latinos, Latin Americans, and all People of our diverse World.
This episode features an interview with Dana Frank Bio, Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz. For the past five years she has been researching the history of the AFL-CIO's Cold War intervention in the Honduran labor movement. Since the June 28 coup, she has spoken widely in the media in the U.S. and beyond, on the situation in Honduras. [Listen on DC.Indymedia.Org] More on LMC: Facebook
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