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The Border Patrol’s Out-of-Control Growth
by Todd MillerOtherWords
October 30th, 2013
The Border Patrol is the largest U.S. federal law enforcement agency. Its 60,000 agents make our border forces more than double the size of Ecuador’s army. Some policymakers want even more militarization of the border, with $46 billion included in the immigration reform bill the Senate passed in June.
Activists protest World Bank on Honduras paramilitary funding
On the anniversary of the Honduran coup, Witness for Peace and School of the Americas Watch protest World Bank loans to the Dinant Corporation, widely considered to be a principal contributor to the violence in Honduras' Bajo Aguán region.
ROME NEWS-TRIBUNE: U.S. stance OKs Honduran coup
December 11th, 2009
The Obama administration handed a significant victory to the military-backed coup government in Honduras by recognizing the results of its recent presidential elections.
THE REGISTER CITIZEN: Give Hondurans More Time for Fair Elections
November 3rd, 2009
An opinion article by Witness for Peace delegate to Honduras Roxanne Hanson.
MARBLEHEAD REPORTER: Marblehead resident takes Honduras into her heart
October 14th, 2009
Marblehead resident and former Boston Globe columnist Linda Weltner reports on her Witness for Peace delegation to Honduras.
MARIN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL: Fairfax Pastor Marks 3 Decades of Human Rights Advocacy
October 11th, 2009
The Rev. Kenneth Weare traveled to Honduras Witness for Peace to gather testimony and look into human rights abuses inflicted by the regime that ousted democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya in a June 2009 military coup.