Assassination of yet another COPINH community leader

May 22, 2015

Consejo Cívico de Organizaciones Populares e Indígenas de Honduras COPINH

¡Asesinan al compañero Moisés Durón Sánchez,  líder comunitario del COPINH en Santa Bárbara!

El COPINH denuncia y condena el brutal  asesinato del compañero Moisés Durón Sánchez de la comunidad de Somolagua, San Juan, municipio de Ceguaca, Departamento de Santa Bárbara, perpetrado en horas de la tarde del 20 de mayo por sicarios vinculados a los hermanos  Ríos, invasora de tierras comunitarias.


Beverly Bell on Honduran Environmental Resistance

May 20, 2015

This week on CounterSpin: The killing of two Western hostages by a CIA drone strike in Pakistan led some US media to re- engage debate over US drone policy. But media’s discussion is over how and where drones should be used—not whether they should be. We’ll talk to law professor Marjorie Cohn, author of, most recently, Drones and Targeted Killing: Legal, Moral and Geopolitical Issues.  


April 17, 2015


The Another Haiti Is Possible Coordinator’s primary work will be to co-plan and coordinate – following the lead of Haitian allies - an international campaign to protect land rights against massive grabs being promulgated by foreign investors, Haitian elite, and Haitian government (with strong backing of the US, World Bank, and IDB). The campaign will both fortify Haitians’ efforts and add global muscle. The coordinator’s work will guide popular and public education, strategy development, media work, movement support, network-building, coordination of international (mainly US-based) advocacy, and organizing. It will also involve a political campaign against one or two targets, be it/they a corporation, US government, or IFI. Because Other Worlds is so small, a focus will be on finding key players who can carry various pieces of the work.ongly encouraged to apply.

The First Global Festival for Anti-Capitalist Resistance and Rebellion

January 30, 2015

The First Global Festival for Anti-Capitalist Resistance and Rebellion


reposted from Counterpunch, January 26, 2015

Organized by the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) and the National Indigenous Congress (CNI), the first annual Festival Mundial de las Resistencias y Rebeldías contra el Capitalismo, or the Global Festival for Anti-Capitalist Resistance and Rebellion, was held in central and southern Mexico over a two-week period at the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015. The event’s subtitle sums up its purpose well: “While those from above destroy, those from below rebuild.”

The New Disruption: Only rank-and-file workers can build a better labor movement.

January 21, 2015

By Chris Maisano

Cross-posted from Jacobin

Originally posted on January 19, 2015

Michigan timber workers reading the bulletin board at strike headquarters in 1937.

Ted Fertik is terrified by the possibility that US unions may soon lose the agency shop. I don’t blame him — it’s a pretty scary prospect. Most unions today are not well positioned to mitigate the potential impact on their organizational and financial wherewithal.

If the recent experience of AFSCME in Wisconsin is any guide, they should expect to see a substantial portion of their membership base evaporate more or less overnight. Income from dues and fees would be drastically reduced, and unions would struggle to fund many of their current day-to-day activities. I certainly don’t relish the thought that this could happen sometime in the very near future.

Despite these completely valid fears, one should not make the claim, as Fertik does, that “the possibility of the demise of the Wagner Act might mean the demise of worker organization tout court.” To begin with, the end of agency shop would not spell the death of the Wagner Act, which would still allow workers (union and non-union alike) to engage in protected concerted activity, as well as the recognition of members-only unions.

Breaking the Silence: Congo Week Oct. 19-25

September 10, 2014

Dear Friend, 

The seventh year of Breaking the Silence: Congo Week will take place from October 19 - 25, 2014. It is your commitment to standing in solidarity with the Congolese people that has kept this movement growing each year. Due to your engagement, an increasing number of people throughout the globe is becoming aware of the situation in the Congo and demanding that world leaders do more to help bring an end to the deadliest conflict in the world since World War Two.

Winners of the Food Sovereignty Prize

September 10, 2014

Agricultural Missions, as one of the founding members of the US Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA), is excited to forward the announcement of this year´s co-winners of the Food Sovereignty Prize, including our good friends and allies at Community to Community Development, (C2C), a farmworker-led organization on the forefront of struggles for dignity for

Ag Missions Delegation to Honduras: Climate Change, Community Agro-Forestry & Land Rights

August 26, 2014

Brigade:  October 17-25, 2014

“Sustainable Life on the Land:  the future of the Garifuna and Indigenous Peoples is not Mass Migration.”

Why? Timely Solidarity with OFRANEH (National Fraternal Black Org of Honduras) and the Garifuna people defending their ancestral homelands and livelihoods.  Education and practice with agro-forestry as coastal mitigation strategy in the face of climate change.


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