Honduras and US Imperialism Today
Program: Honduras and US Imperialism Today
Jennifer Atlee – worked in Central America since 1984 in the areas of human rights, trauma and recovery and U.S. policy with Witness for Peace, the Guatemalan Church in Exile, and Nicaraguan Ministry of Social Welfare, AFSC (Quakers), and the Quixote Center. She is the Coordinator of the Nicaragua – United States Friendship Office of the Americas and helped to develop the Honduras Accompaniment Project. She is the author of Red Thread; A Spiritual Journal of Accompaniment, Trauma and Healing, which chronicles her experiences in the war zones of Nicaragua during the U.S. sponsored contra war.
Tom Loudon – worked in Central America for over thirty in the areas of human rights, sustainable development and international policy. He worked with Witness for Peace, the Bloque Inter-Comunitario, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC-Quakers), the Quixote Center, the Alliance For Responsible Trade and served on the Commission of Truth in Honduras following the 2009 coup. Tom has recently retired from the Migrant Workers program for the state of Michigan. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Nicaragua – United States Friendship Office.