The Trial For Berta Caceres’s Murder Will Test Biden’s Central America Policy

By Laura Carlsen, Foreign Policy In Focus. -

On her recent trip to Guatemala and Mexico, Vice President Kamala Harris drove home two points: that potential immigrants to the U.S. should “stay home,” and that the Biden administration will [...]

From The Murder Of Berta Cáceres To Dam Disaster In Uttarakhand

By Don Fitz, Popular Resistance. -

March 2, 2021 was the five year anniversary of the murder of Berta Cáceres, who opposed the Agua Zarca dam in Honduras.  That date was less than one month after the deaths of dozens of people [...]

Berta Cáceres In Her Own Words

By Asís Castellanos and Adrienne Pine, Toward Freedom. -

Much of what has been written about Lenca/Honduran activist Berta Cáceres has focused on her identifications as an Indigenous woman and as an environmentalist. While neither is false, those two [...]

Mother Of Assassinated Activist Berta Cáceres On The US-Backed Honduran Dictatorship

By Anya Parampil, The Grayzone Project -

It has been three years since your daughter, Berta Caceres, was murdered by a private military organization with connections to the government, paid for by a private corporation. But when we [...]

Berta Caceres’ Daughter Demands Justice For Mother’s Murder On Death Anniversary

By Staff, -

The daughter of slain land and water rights activist, Berta Caceres says her mother’s murder must be brought to justice, including indicting the European banks that financed the Agua Zarca [...]

Seven Guilty Berta Caceres Murder Court Signals Others Still at Large

By Staff, The Guatemala Human Rights Commission -

A Honduran Criminal Court with National Jurisdiction found an active military officer, hitmen and current and former employees of the DESA hydroelectric company guilty of the murder of indigenous [...]

Trial Of Eight Accused Of Murdering Honduran Activist In Chaos

By Nina Lakhani, -

The trial of eight men accused over the murder of Honduran indigenous leader Berta Cáceres has been thrown into disarray after judges ousted the victim’s lawyers from proceedings. The legally [...]

Berta Caceres Trial Begins, Eight Suspects Stand Trial

By Staff, -

The long-awaited trial against eight people accused of killing the Honduran feminist, and environmental activist Berta Caceres in 2016, started at 9 a.m. on Saturday after being postponed several [...]

Honduran Prosecutors Withhold Evidence In Berta Cáceres Murder Case

By Sandra Cuffe, -

The trial of eight men charged with the murder of Honduran activist Berta Cáceres is right around the corner, but prosecutors may be heading to trial without important evidence. More than two [...]

Indigenous Communities Carry On Berta Cacéres’ Work By Defending Nature And Health Care In Honduras

By Jeff Abbott, -

On March 2, hundreds gathered in Honduras to commemorate the life and work of the renowned Honduran activist Berta Cáceres on the second anniversary of her assassination. Carrying torches, [...]

Berta Cáceres Murder: Ex-Honduran Military Intelligence Officer Arrested

By Nina Lakhani, -

Honduran authorities have arrested a former military intelligence officer for masterminding the murder of the indigenous leader Berta Cáceres, who was shot dead exactly two years ago today. David [...]

Investigation Links Berta Cáceres’s Assassination To Honduran Capitalists

By Staff of Democracy Now - We look at shocking revelations released Tuesday that link the assassination of renowned Honduran indigenous environmental leader Berta Cáceres to the highest levels [...]

SOA Watch Spring Days of Action

By Staff, -

By Staff of SOA Watch. SOA Watch's 2017 Spring Days of Action are now through May 12, 2017! During the next month, we want you king you to contact your Representative and/or take part in actions [...]

Protesters In DC Confront Honduran President Over Berta Cáceres Murder

By Lauren Gambino, -

By Lauren Gambino for The Guardian - Supporters and family members of Berta Cáceres, the Honduran environmental and indigenous rights activist who was assassinated last year, have confronted the [...]

US Funding OF Honduran Security Forces, Blood On Our Hands

By John James Conyers, Jr., Keith Ellison, Hank Johnson, Marcy Kaptur, Jan Schakowsky and Jose E Serrano, -

By John James Conyers, Jr., Keith Ellison, Hank Johnson, Marcy Kaptur, Jan Schakowsky and Jose E Serrano for the Guardian. Until the Honduran government protects human rights and holds its [...]