The Struggle for Environmental, Racial & Human Rights in Honduras | Speaker Mary Anne Perrone Tuesday, May 10th, 7:00 – 9:00pm

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Mary Anne Perrone 3

Mary Anne is an educator, an activist, and a spiritual guide. For over 30 years her area of focus has been on human rights in Latin America. She has worked in the U.S. to raise consciousness about the U.S.’s role in human rights violations in Latin America and the need for substantive change in our foreign policy.  In the last two decades, this work has taken her on multiple human rights delegations to several Latin American countries, connecting with and accompanying courageous people working in their own countries to defend those whose human rights are highly threatened.  She has been part of the Latin America Caucus of Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice (ICPJ) in Ann Arbor for decades.

Since 2009, Mary Anne has traveled to Honduras a dozen times or more on various human rights delegations, often with SOA Watch.  In the last few years she has been part of several SHARE Foundation delegations to Honduras addressing crucial moments in the volatile recent history.  Her most recent delegation was in December 2021 in the wake of the historic election process there.

This event is hosted by The Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice Latin America Caucus, the University of Michigan Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Wayne State University Center for Latino/a & Latin American Studies, and Huron Valley DSA