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  2. The International Action Center is returning to Honduras!

    Join a National Solidarity Delegation to Honduras in November 2013

    The people of Honduras gather for the launching of the election campaign.

    The IAC along with HondurasUSAResistencia and other national solidarity organizations, including the Honduras Solidarity Network are organizing a delegation to Honduras in solidarity with the resistance movement. We will be eye-witnesses for the historic presidential election that is scheduled to take place on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013. The Presidential candidate is Xiomara Castro Zelaya, a leader of the resistance, and a union and also a resistance leader for Vice President, Juan Barahona.

    The delegations will be hosted by the Frente Nacional de Resistencia Popular (FNRP) which is a coalition of worker, peasant Indigenous, LGBTQ, women’s, Garifuna, Afro-Honduran and student organizations.

    The IAC delegation will be in Honduras from 4-7 days. The cost of the trip (including airfare, hotels, transfers, food, and incidentals) will be approximately $1200+. Hundreds of activists are already making plans to travel to Honduras in November representing dozens of organizations. Throughout the U.S. report backs will be held upon return in dozens of cities to help build the solidarity movement with Honduras. With the growing repression in Honduras, our solidarity is critical.

    Please DONATE generously to support the strongest IAC delegation possible!

    Since 2009, when a U.S.-supported coup ousted the legally elected President Mel Zelaya, a wave of repression has swept the country. But despite this, the people’s movement is strong and vibrant and fighting back demanding the rights of workers and all sectors.

    Members of the delegation must have a valid passport. Holders of a U.S. passport do not require an entry visa. Citizens of other countries should check online as to what their particular requirements are.

    If you are interested in traveling to Honduras as a member of the IAC delegation contact either Teresa Gutierrez at 212-633-6646 or Michael Kramer at (ambar35@comcast.net) or Lucy Pagoada at 917-396-0204. For more information visit http://www.iacenter.org.

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