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Protest in Washington, DC

Wednesday, June 15: Protest at the Honduran Consulate (1014 M Street NW, Washington, DC) at 5:15pm, followed by a march to the Inter-American Development Bank (1300 New York Ave NW) and to the U.S. Department of the Treasury (1500 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW).

Honduras Consulate in Atlanta, GA

On June 15, we will gather in Atlanta, Georgia at 12:00noon in front of the Honduran Consulate (6755 Peachtree Industrial Blvd #120, Atlanta, GA 30360) to echo the demands of our friends from COPINH in Honduras. Please join the Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition, Project South, the International Action Center, and other sponsoring organizations on June 15 from 12-2pm. For more information contact Kevin at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 815-222-2886755

Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Ste. 120,
Atlanta
GA 30360
United States
Phone+1-770-645-8881
Fax+1-470)-375-6138
Email
Post address
Website URL www.consuladohnatl.com

Honduras Consulate in Chicago, Illinois

Gather from 11am - 1pm at the consulate. For more information about the protest at the Honduran consulate in Chicago, contact Vickie Cervantes of La Voz de los de Abajo at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and check the La Voz de los de Abajo Facebook page.

4439 W. Fullerton Avenue
IL 60639
Chicago
United States
Phone+1-773-342-8281
+1-773-342-8289
Fax+1-773-342-8293
Email

Honduras Consulate in Houston, Texas

7400 Harwin Dr. Suite 200
TX 77036
Houston
Texas
United States
Phone+1-713-987-7406
Fax+1-713-785-5932
Email
Post address
Website URLhttp://www.consuladohondurashouston.org/


Honduras Consulate in Los Angeles, California

Facebook Event Page for Los Angeles Action on June 15: https://www.facebook.com/events/855994941171533/ For more information about the protest at the Honduran Consulate in Los Angeles, contact Sandra of SOA Watch Los Angeles at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

3550 Wilshire Blvd. Ste. 320
90010
Los Angeles
California
United States
Phone+1-213-995-6406
Fax+1-213-995-6407
Email



Honduras Consulate in Miami, Florida

8600 NW 36th St #601
Miami
FL 33166
United States
Phone+1-305-269-3930
+1-305-269-3931
+1-305-269-9322
Fax+1-305-269-9445
Email



Honduras Consulate in New Orleans, Louisiana

One Canal Place 365 Canal Street
Suite 400
LA 70130
New Orleans
Louisiana
United States
Phone+1-504-522-3118
+1-504-522-3119
Fax+1-504-523-0544
Email



Honduras Consulate General in New York, NY

Join us for a protest on June 15 in New York City at 12pm at the Honduran Consulate:
255 West 36 Street, First Level
NY 10018
New York
United States
Phone+1-212-714-9451
Fax+1-212-714-9453
Email






Call to Action from COPINH

To all organizations, social and popular movements and to the civil society of the world:

The death of Berta Caceres has filled us with indignation. Pain is with us, but also accompanies us the strength of his thought and work and the need of justice. June 15: Justice for Berta CaceresThe principles she fought are the ones that will save this humanity, so we ask and call you to participate in a protest action in which our voices unite to demand justice for Berta Caceres, justice for Gustavo Castro, justice for COPINH and justice for the Honduran people.

On June 15 in Honduras organizations and social movements, institutions, ordinary people will march to demand the immediate establishment of an independent research group that, in a transparent, thorough and comprehensive way, investigate the murder of our sister and companion.

This day we want our sisters and brothers in other countries of the world to join us conducting protest actions against the embassies of Honduras in their countries demanding the following:

1. The immediate establishment of an independent research group led by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to clarify this vile crime and ensure the prosecution of all those responsible.

2. The immediate and definitive cancellation of the concession granted to DESA company, constructor of the Hydroelectric Project "Agua Zarca" in Rio Blanco.

The actions taken by the Honduran government and its agencies do not lead to justice, on the contrary are ensuring that this crime go unpunished.

Let's get together and put an stop to death, impunity and injustice.

With the ancestral force of Berta, Lempira, Mota, Etempica and Iselaca
we raise our voices full of justice, freedom, dignity and peace!
Justice for Berta is justice for the world!
Let us Wake up, humanity, we are out of time!
 

Contact us

SOA Watch
733 Euclid Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

phone: 202-234-3440
email: info@soaw.org