Canadian internationalist feminist Lori Hanson, who has been working in
This article is Part 1 of a 2-part series. Part 2 can be found here.The authors are both based in the United States, and thus use the term “tribal nations” (Indigenous peoples in Canada refer to themselves as “First Nations”) — NSW
By Andrew Curley and Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
The Fuse is Lit: The Rise of the Mass Movement in Central America and the Desperate Response of Imperialism
By Elena Zeledon
This overview article is dedicated to Companera Maria Teresa Flores, part of the leadership of the peasant council coordinating committee and former head of the Honduran Peasant Organization; and to Companero Jose Manuel Flores Arguijo, leader of the Honduran teachers and a founder and leader of the Socialist Party of Central America (PSOCA), both assassinated by the Honduran oligarchy.