Berta Cáceres Is Still Alive: Indigenous Resistance Against Transnational Plunder in Honduras
Source: Foreign Policy in Focus
Honduran authorities want Berta Cáceres in prison. Even more, they want her dead.
Berta, as she is fondly known by her many friends in Honduras and beyond, is a Lenca indigenous woman, and one of the founding directors of the National Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH). She is now the face of social movement resistance in Honduras, which in recent months has seen an escalation of state repression against social movement leaders, indigenous peoples’ organizations, environmentalists, and political dissenters. She went into hiding on September 20.