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Episode 17: Honduras

On Tuesday, May 10th, 2011, join your hosts, Mariama Eversley and Isabelle Gauthier for an episode about resistance and indigenity in Honduras, and a special poetry reading by Wesleyan student Randyl Wilkerson. We will be sharing an interview with the militant public anthropologist Adrienne Pine who does work on violence and US intervention in Honduras. Dr. Pine published her book Working Hard, Drinking Hard: On Violence and Survival in Honduras, in 2008. You can also follow Dr. Pine on her blog http://quotha.net/. Then we’ll hear from Wesleyan student Jae Benedeth about the history and modern experience of the Garifuna people, the indigenous Afro-Caribbean population of Honduras. Original air date: 5-10-11

Episode 17

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