By Ryan Mack
Berta Cáceres (Honduras, 2015) was one of Latin America’s foremost activists, championing indigenous rights, social justice, and environmental protection for decades. For Berta, these were never separate issues. Environmental, indigenous, and human rights were all interconnected. Her work encapsulated these values more than any other activist I have met.
On the night of March 2, 2016, Berta—an indigenous Lenca woman, mother, activist, and environmental and human rights defender—was shot dead in her sleep in her... Read Blog Post