Honduras’ Garifuna communities resist eviction and theft of land
Along the Atlantic coast of Honduras, Afro-Caribbean Garifuna communities are being threatened and forced from their land by proposals for the creation of mega-tourism projects and corporate-run cities, often known as “model cities,” as well as the expanding interests of narco-traffickers and oil palm plantations to invade and use their territories. Faced with evictions, the Garifuna communities have decided to dedicate themselves to non-violent resistance in defense of their territory.
Read article at: http://wagingnonviolence.org/feature/honduras-garifuna-communities-resist-eviction-theft-land/
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