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Libertad para los Presos y Desaparecidos Politicos de Honduras

ID Number: 10168
Maker: Movimiento Popular De Liberacion (MPL) Cinchonero
Technique: photocopy
Date Made: 1980s
Place Made: Central America: Honduras
Measurements: 56 cm x 42.6 cm; 22 1/16 in x 16 3/4 in
Main Subject: Honduras (Central America); Political Prisoners
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Libertad para los presos y desaparecidos politicos de Honduras Movimiento Popular De Liberacion (MPL) Cinchonero


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Translation: Liberty for all the oppressed and unappreciated politicans in Honduras. Populist Liberation Movement (MPL) Cinchonero

Notes:
Posted in the National Autonomous University of Honduras. Most political posters were made at the offset presses at the university -- though there is also the possibility that they were produced in Nicaragua and brought into Honduras. After Daniel Ortega and Tomas Borge were wounded and captured, they were released and then went to the hospital at the university in Honduras, whose doctor was a guerrilla fighter in Honduras.


Copyright Status:
Copyright status unknown; may be protected by copyright law.


Exhibition Annotation:
Human rights violations in Honduras, including the use of torture and death squads, dramatically escalated in the 1980s. John Negroponte, one of the principal figures in carrying out U.S. policy in Central America, was Ambassador to Honduras from 1981 to 1985. He was U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. from 2001 to 2004, and ambassador to Iraq from June 2004 to April 2005 where death squads also operated.



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