Unit 4 - Destination Reflection - Honduras

Advance reading: Please read pp. 86-105 of Grabbing Power: The New Struggles for Land, Food and Democracy in Northern Honduras.


  • How did some of the information in this section link to what you learned in viewing the film Resistencia
  • Were there elements or analysis that were different in the reading and the film?
  • Were there new questions evoked for you by this reading?

Additional study option:
We encourage you to spend some time exploring the website for La Via Campesina, a global organization fighting for the rights of peasant farmers. Of particular note are the sections, “What are we fighting for?” and “What are we fighting against?”

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