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Indigenous Peoples’ Rally and Prayers for Justice for Berta Cáceres and Honduras


JOIN US ON TUESDAY, MAY 10 1-2PM AS WE: Denounce Violence against Indigenous Peoples, Women Human Rights Defenders and Mother Earth; Celebrate struggles against dams and extractive industries; Call for an independent, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights investigation; and The immediate suspension of US aid to Honduras including military aid until impunity ends and the rule of law and respect for human rights are re-established. WHO: Indigenous Peoples and allies attending the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues WHEN: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 from 1-2 pm WHERE: Permanent Mission of Honduras to the United Nations First Avenue and 48th Street (one block from the UN) 866 UN Plaza, New York, NY MORE INFORMATION: Berta Cáceres Statement by the family of Berta Cáceres on recent arrests in Honduras Berta’s Family Reiterates Call for Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Investigation Despite Capture of Alleged Culprits Berta Cáceres’ murder: UN experts renew call to Honduras to end impunity Murder of acclaimed activist has U.S. questioning massive Central American aid package North American Delegation Calls for an End to Impunity in Honduras ###

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