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Side note: there was a blunt reminder of the violent character of Honduras as we drove east just leaving El Progreso this morning. A large gathering including a number of police cars were off to the side of the road. Rolling down the darkened windows Melo asked a woman standing on the side of the road what had happened and she responded "muertos" (deaths). Apparently the two victims were young businessmen who were known to be involved in moving drugs and apparently crossed a rival ...
... br> It was another full day with Melo filled with expriences opening a few more nuances to the complex reality of life in Honduras. As well, we saw the people celebrating, children involved in creative and valuable activities, nuns who are deeply immersed in serving the needs of the people in the most dangerous neighborhood of the Americas, and again sharing in the generosity of friends of Melo.
These past two days gave me the opportunity to be with some of the ...
... from an intense experience in Austin Texas with some academics who had organized a conference dealing with the migration crisis that is for those in the southern USA a very hot topic. Melo was invited because of his expertise and writing on the subject as it relates to the reality of Honduras which produces the greatest number of refugee migrants. In Texas he was taken to a detention center, which is operated by the government but contracted out to a ...
... pancakes and eggs (J), we took a walking tour of Villa Soleada. I still can’t believe how much has changed just in the past year. They have broken ground to make way to create a fish farm, where the children in the Boys and Girls’ homes will raise and eat tilapia. Again, the idea of becoming a completely self-sustaining community comes into play. This is apparent in the expansive water filtration and sewages systems that run through Villa. ...
... off the nation's patrimony to foreign companies, the people have a resolve to make the best of it and to try to live a "normal" life.
At the same time, perhaps as we enter the story of this "other" people. we become more aware of what is happening in our own back yard. Foreign mining companies claiming the right to enter and do what they want so they can make a profit. Foreign companies who want our water - perhaps even to divert some of our southern rivers ...