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Sierra Club SF Chapter: Are Bay Area reps helping Honduras get away with murder?


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Last June investigative journalist John Gibler wrote a comprehensive and disconcerting story about the assassination of my aunt Berta Cáceres, titled “Under the Gun: An Investigation Into the Murder of Berta Cáceres.” Bertita, as she was known to her friends and family, was a vibrant Honduran woman who was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize in

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NYT Op-Ed: Murdered for Activism in Honduras


Oakland, Calif. — It was always a relief to see my aunt Berta, whom we affectionately called Bertita. Not just because of the constant threats to her life, but because she was a “rayo de luna” — a ray of moonlight — in any situation. On March 3, shortly after midnight, unidentified gunmen stormed into

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Tiananmen Square June 4, 2013


A few months after I began at the South China Morning Post I went to Beijing to train a photographer and a reporter on the fine art of video and editing. I didn’t end up doing much training due to the reporter deciding she didn’t need me to train her and the photographer being send

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Runa & Ronghdonu


Ronghdonu, is a seafaring ship which will conduct its work along the southern regions of Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal. When a cyclone hits, when the monsoons come and throughout the rest of the year, this ship will be there providing health care to people who have none. Runa Khan and her husband, Yves

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