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What Does Justice for Slain Honduran Environmentalist Berta Cáceres Mean?


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What Does Justice for Slain Honduran Environmentalist Berta Cáceres Mean?

Beth Geglia

Amidst lingering smoke from the morning’s ceremony, Garifuna leader Miriam Miranda opened up the space with a welcoming. “We celebrate that you are here with us today to build something real. We don’t want our Sister Berta to become an empty word. We don’t want her name to become just another slogan.”


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:musical_note: H-E-double L-A--R and Y spell Hellary
Proud of all the devil blood within thee
Always a bad word should be spoke against she :musical_note:


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More of Clinton's 'judgement and experience'. At least her coronation might stimulate the economy by building up the Military Industrial Complex so we can continue exporting "democracy"
www.sandersdemocrats.org


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HRC in the dock at The Hague is the short answer.


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Thank you, Ms. Geglia... for this. It's beautiful:

"Fundamental justice for Bertha Cáceres means that we be able to respond to three big elements that are part of Berta’s identity,” Melo said. “First, her philosophy, which was anti-systemic, anti-patriarchy, and anti-racist; second, her methodology, which was to be firmly planted in reality and build relationships globally; and third, her mystic, which said that the ancestors have something to say to us. We must listen.”

"Now, as her surviving daughter, Berta Zuñiga Cáceres, reminded listeners during her declaration to the gathering, Berta is “one more among our ancestors.” It appears that people are listening."