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Honduras news and analysis from The Nation
October 8, 2019
Hondurans Are Fighting for a Future Against the US-Supported Dictatorship
A new broad-based coalition including unions, professionals, students, feminists, farmers, and opposition parties is forging a sustained campaign of resistance.
October 1, 2019
The Courts Are Fighting Back Against Trump’s Brutal Immigration Policies
Federal judges just issued rulings protecting immigrant children, slowing fast-track deportations, and restricting ICE detention orders.
July 1, 2019
Hondurans Are Still Fighting the US-Supported Dictatorship
Ten years after the coup, they have become the largest single Central American nationality in the refugee caravans fleeing north.
February 7, 2019
Will Migrants Stay in Mexico?
Thanks to controversial new policies on both sides of the border, Mexico has become more than just a pitstop for asylum seekers heading north.
January 30, 2019
There Are Still Migrant Children Separated From Their Families
The coercion and cruelty at the border is not over.
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January 3, 2019
After the Caravan
For these young immigrants, getting to the border was just the beginning.
November 14, 2018
Caravan Migrants Carry Hopes Northward as Their Journey Resumes
Fleeing poverty and violence, three young men from Honduras join thousands who dream of better lives in the United States.
November 2, 2018
Why the Refugee Caravan Is So Big—and What We Need to Do About It
“Central America just couldn’t take it anymore.”
May 15, 2018
Trump’s Cruel Folly: Canceling TPS for Hondurans Will Fuel More Violence
For years the United States has helped perpetuate poverty and authoritarian rule in Honduras. Trump’s decision to end temporary protected status only compounds US complicity.
May 8, 2018
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You can also call on Congress to stop the Trump administration from breaking up thousands of immigrant families.