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Other Worlds is a women-driven education and movement support collaborative in the US. We focus on disseminating information about alternatives that are flourishing in the world on social, environmental, and economic justice issues. 

Through solidarity, information-sharing, campaigning, writing, and collaborating, we directly support the movements that are propelling the alternatives. 

Our Feature Article

"Heaven and Earth Don't Belong to the Companies"

An interview with Lenca activist Pascuala Vásquez on the legacy of Berta Cáceres and the defense of indigenous territories and culture in Honduras.

Vásquez, center, leads march to Presidential Palace to demand a just trial for Berta Cáceres' assassination, Tegucigalpa. The poles, representing authority, are used by Lenca elders. (Photo by Beverly Bell)

“Berta didn’t die. She multiplied,” is an oft-heard chant in Honduras. The significance of the life of Berta Cáceres, warrior for indigenous peoples and the sanctity of Mother Earth, continues growing. So, too, does the significance of her assassination in March 2016, as more evidence emerges about the role of the U.S.