Native American Public Telecommunications



Honduras Seeks Helping Hand (10/17/00)


Date of this Version

October 2000


Native people of the Central American country of Honduras are pleading for help from Native America. The Hondurans are looking to rebuild and protect their land and cultural lifestyles after years of civil unrest, rampant poverty and recovery from Hurricane Mitch? Can Native America assist the developing indigenous movement of Honduras? Guests include Martha Dominguez of the U.S.-based Peace Action New Mexico and Miriam Miranda, a Garifuna woman and co-director of CONPAH, the Confederation of Autochthonous Peoples of Honduras.

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