Protests in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa

Human rights organizations, church representatives, store owners, businessmen, lawyers, and others joined journalists in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa to demand justice for the targeted group. The most recent murder of radio journalist Luz Marina Paz has sparked outrage among citizens across Honduras, who are seeing cold blooded murder being used as a remedy to […]

Peace March Winds through Tegucigalpa

More than one hundred young people in Tegucigalpa formed a huge human chain to demand that violence and injustice against Honduran society stop. The peaceful march started along the Lempira Reina ball field, and moved to the lower plaza of the National Congress. The marchers were greeted by the National Congress Leader, Juan Orlando Hernández […]

FNRP Holds Protest on Honduras’ Independence Day

Former President Manuel Zelaya Rosales led a march of the National Popular Resistance Front (Frente Nacional de Resistencia Popular -FNRP) yesterday in the capital of Tegucigalpa, and called for an end to the repression against members of that organization. Zelaya Rosales is the coordinator of the FNRP which overtook several stretches of the Morazán Boulevard. […]

FNRP Takes to the Streets

Members of the National Front of Popular Resistance (FNRP) this morning overtook a street in the vicinity of Centroamérica boulevard, near the College of Secondary Teachers of Honduras (Colegio de Profesores de Educación Media de Honduras-COPEMH), where last night a wake was held for the activist “Emo” Sadloo. According to the preliminary report, another group […]

FNRP, Unionists and Teachers Protest

Labor unions, educational organizations, and the National Front of Popular Resistance, [FNRP] in Honduras met on Thursday at 8 am at the headquarters of the Workers Union of the Beverage Industry (STIBYS), located in Las Brisas, Comayagüela, where they marched to obstruct traffic on the Military Boulevard. The groups carried out strikes throughout the country […]