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LGBTQ Rights: News & Updates
July 16, 2017
attempted assassination of LGBTI rights defender David Valle in Tegucigalpa
April 26, 2017
Torture and assassination of transgender woman Sherlyn Montoya, active member of LGBT Rainbow Association.
February 4, 2017
17th annual Social Justice Teach-In with over 30 workshops to practice hands on skills you can use to organize for change
June 23, 2016
murder of René Martínez, LGBTI rights defender and President of Comunidad Gay Sampredrana for Integral Health, an LGBTI advocacy group based in San Pedro Sula.
April 26, 2016
Ill treatment and arbitrary arrests of José Miltiades Sánchez, director of the organization LGBTI Association Youth Movement (AJEM), as well as Cidar Armando Arias Mendoza and Evin Omar Ponce Garcia, both members of the association.
April 23, 2016
Assassination attempts against LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) rights advocates Juan José Zambrano and Jlo Córdoba. Juan José Zambrano is a member of the Association for a Better Life for People Infected with and Affected by HIV/AIDS in Honduras (APUVIMEH) which works with the LGBTI community and those affected by HIV/AIDS.
March 28, 2016
Back from her 2-week delegation to Honduras with the topic Women Leading the Way to Justice and Peace, Sophie will report from her experience of peaceful resistance in the country with the highest homicide rate in the world.
After learning for two weeks from the people protecting their traditional lands and resisting the violence by Tahoe Resources, Wilber will talk about his journey to the counrty directly north of his native El Salvador.
Come and discuss with us:
How can we better act in solidarity with the people in Central America?
February 11, 2016
assassination of Paolo Barraza, a transwoman and board member of the LGTB Rainbow Association (Asociación LGTB Arcoíris) in Comayaguela.
February 6, 2016
The InterReligious Task Force, in conjunction with Case Western Reserve University, presents the 16th annual Social Justice Teach-In as a great opportunity for people of all ages to learn about critical human rights issues and practice hands-on skills to organize for change. This annual event attracts 500+ participants, many from area high schools and colleges. The Teach-In will provide participants with information, skills, and resources to support their own social justice programming at their schools and congregations.
October 15, 2015
assassination of two LGBT rights advocates and members of Association for a Better Life (APUVIMEH) (Gloria Carolina Hernández Vásquez and Jorge Alberto Castillo) and patterns of intimidation by police against other APUVIMEH members (Sandra Zambrano, Cristian Daniel Cortes Sagastume, Silvio Gerardo Artola, Carlos Alberto Cardona Varela)