Real InterContinental San Pedro Sula At Multiplaza Mall
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... Melo to Palermo, an area of El Progreso with some gang presence but otherwise calm. There in the church of Sta, Teresita Melo helps out with Sunday mass. It is a lovely community, with a wide mix of congregants including youth who mostly sit together as a youth chorus. The music is quite good, with up beat tunes to the old words. As with last year, Melo asked me to give the homily on my last Sunday. I used the opportunity to thank them for their warm welcome ...
... return early to the radio station for a meeting with youth in the leadership program. Ramon and Letti drove me to a spot somewhere in San Pedro (I know not where) and we met Josue my compadre.
Josue then took me to their little house in Jucutuma, a housing development about a 20 minute drive east of SPS. Jennifer had planned to cover an event in the morning in SPS but that changed with the weather. A tropical storm brewing in the Caribbean reached Honduras last night with ...
... on the issue of migration - causes and problems. He was well received and the conference proposed a special recognition of the work of Radio Progreso and ERIC in promoting human rights and its defense of the vulnerable and the persecuted. The work of journalists who are free of government control is at best difficult (as those who support the CBC well know resulting in such a radical change to the mandate of the CBC to its present status as media of the Harper regime). But in ...
... in danger."
( Amnesty International USA)
The Garifuna are perhaps the most visible minority group in Honduras. Descendents of former slaves, dumped on the Honduran coast 200 years ago by the British, this group has maintained a separate culture and language, living along the northern (Caribbean) coast of Honduras. While this group is predominantly quite poor and dependent on men leaving to work on ships or in foreign countries ...
... touching the problems why they are fleeing Honduras and the dangers they face including death when they are deported back to Honduras by the US government. Many of the children simply disappear on route to the dream of getting into the US. The tragic reality is that much of the deterioration in Honduran society is directly linked to American foreign policy and intervention (including 3 military interventions to change the government ...