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Resistencia: The Fight for the Aguan Valley

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"In 2009, the first coup d'etat in a generation in Central America overthrows the elected president of Honduras. A nation-wide movement, known simply as The Resistance, rises in opposition. Resistencia: The Fight for the Aguan Valley centers on the most daring wing of the movement, the farmers of the Aguan. Not satisfied with just marching and blocking highways, 2000 landless families take possession of the palm oil plantations of Miguel Facusse, the country's largest landowner and a key player in the coup. The camera follows three farmers over four years as they build their new communities on occupied land, in the face of the regime's violent response, while waiting for the elections The Resistance hopes will restore the national democratic project."-
DVD
2015
Clemons (Stacks)
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Garifuna in Peril =: Garífuna En Peligro

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"A Garifuna language teacher, Ricardo, struggles to preserve his culture by building a language school back in his home village in Honduras, Central America. A business venture with his brother designed to raise money for the school's construction becomes complicated by the expansion plans of a nearby tourist resort. Historical parallels are invoked as Ricardo's son rehearses and performs a stage play about the Garifuna people's last stand against the British on the island St. Vincent over 200 years ago. With debut performances by nearly the entire cast of Honduran and Belizean actors, "Garifuna in Peril" makes its own history as the first feature film primarily in Garifuna ..."--Container.
DVD
2014; 2013
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Mosquito Coast

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A brilliant inventor leads his devoted wife and four children into the remote jungles of Central America to carve out a new society, but instead faces the ultimate test of survival.
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Sin Nombre

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A teenage Honduran girl forms an unlikely friendship with a Mexican gang member who is helping to smuggle her family into the United States.
DVD
2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Montaña de Luz

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"Meet the children of the Montaña de Luz (Mountain of Light) orphanage who are HIV positive and a living testament to the beauty and innocence of childhood in the face of adversity beyond their years. This documentary paints a stirring portrait of a loving community where nothing is truly certain but home, and where each birthday is a celebration of dreams fulfilled and dreams to come"--www.fanlight.com
DVD
2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Sweating for a T-Shirt

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This documentary film examines work conditions in some sweatshops in Honduras, and includes interviews with some of the workers. Promotes activism in consumer countries such as the U.S. to solve the problem.
VHS
1999
Ivy (By Request)
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Teatro!

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Documentary of grass roots Hondurian acting troup, Teatro la Fragua, founded by Jesuit priest, Jack Warner. Company members are shown performing in three plays, conducting an acting workshop in the town of Salama, and on a retreat to Copan, an ancient Mayan center.
VHS
1989
Ivy (By Request)
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The Fall of the Maya

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The mystery of the Maya civilization is explained through the archaeological findings of the ancient city of Copán in the Honduras' jungle.
VHS
1993; 1992
Ivy (By Request)
9.

Destination Honduras

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Introduces students to the culture and geography of Honduras.
VHS
1992
Ivy (By Request)
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Teatro!

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Documentary of grass roots Hondurian acting troup, Teatro la Fragua, founded by Jesuit priest, Jack Warner. Company members are shown performing in three plays, conducting an acting workshop in the town of Salama, and on a retreat to Copan, an ancient Mayan center.
VHS
1989
Clemons (Item is on order)
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Honduras [electronic resource]: Log on

Timber is one of Honduras' biggest natural resources and the source of great potential wealth. Hence the existence of wholesale illegal logging, irrespective of the consequences to the local environment. This has led concerned parties to set up the Olancho Environmental Movement. This organization has mobilized to protect these forests, at some risk to its members, like Rene Gradiz, whose testimony is disturbing in the extreme.
Online
2012
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Moyers God and Politics: The Kingdom Divided

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VHS
1987
Ivy (By Request)
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Elvia: The Fight for Land and Liberty

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Chronicles the work of Elvia Alvarado, a Honduran woman peasant activist, in getting the peasants of Hondurans to implement its own land-reform statute, by taking over the land themselves and setting up a land-reform program of their own, to better their economic situation.
VHS
1988
Ivy (By Request)
14.

Teatro: Theater and the Spirit of Change

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In Honduras, the quintessential "banana republic", illiteracy and malnutrition are a way of life and political opposition is stifled. Yet here, a grassroots theater company led by a Jesuit priest travels the backroads to bring powerful messages of social justice to people who have never before seen a play. The film follows the theater group to remote villages where people are eager to regain control of their lives which have been torn apart by centuries of foreign intrusion.
Online
1991