Family separations get lost in bureaucracy

September 11, 2018

The forceful separation of immigrant parents from their children in the United States continues, with no resolution in sight for hundreds of families.  In one story, a father and son from a town in Yoro Department, Honduras, fled narcotics traffickers only to be detained and separated at the U.S. border after requesting asylum.  The boy’s […]

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Garifuna band together on Honduran coast

September 4, 2018

The Garifuna are descendants of Carib indigenous people and escaped African slaves who made it to the Honduran mainland at the end of the 18th century, where they established small fishing communities along the Caribbean coast. In recent years, their traditional lands, to which they possess legal titles, have been encroached upon by oil palm […]

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