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Honduras Now Podcast

The Honduras Now Podcast shares human rights stories and connects them to global issues and North American policy. Honduras Now provides on-the-ground analysis from host, Karen Spring, a long-time human rights activist and researcher, and Hondurans from all walks of life through interviews and trips around the country. 

Episodes

Ep. 13: Hurricanes Iota and Eta: Not Just Natural Disasters
Show Details44min 8s
Ep. 12: Hurricane Eta: "Only the People Save the People"
Show Details20min 3s
Ep. 11: Washington's "New" Investment Plan for Latin America
Show Details33min
Ep. 10: Eyes on the US Election: Immigration policy
Show Details31min 51s
Ep. 9: Fighting Hunger with Protests, Resistance and Solidarity
Show Details21min 19s
Ep 8: What Independence? Honduran Drug Cases in US Courts
Show Details31min 25s
Ep. 7: A Week to Remember: Freeing Political Prisoners
Show Details29min 8s
Ep. 6: The tourist industry and Garifuna land theft in Honduras
Show Details48min 15s
Ep. 5: "You took them alive, we want them back alive"
Show Details18min 20s
Ep. 4: Garifuna Lives Matter
Show Details28min 34s
Ep 3: Covid-19 and Corruption
Show Details23min 14s
Ep. 2: What the coup means 11 years later
Show Details20min 15s
Ep. 1: The 2009 coup d'état in Honduras
Show Details16min 40s
Ep 0: What's Honduras Now? Who's Karen Spring?
Show Details5min 50s