Padre Melo and the Struggle for Human Rights in Honduras

by Sampsonia Way    /  November 19, 2013  / No comments

Jesuit priest, Ismael Moreno, popularly known as Padre Melo, talks about campesino farmers, indigenous groups, human rights defenders, and journalists all struggling against the assassinations, injustices, and official impunity. Video: Dennis Remick via YouTube.

Honduran Jesuit Rev. Ismael Moreno lives and works in El Progreso, Honduras in the midst of a devastating human rights crisis. Known to most as Padre Melo, this Catholic leader has experienced death threats and witnessed the violence that grips Honduras.

This is a rough cut of part of an interview with Moreno. The interview will be the foundation of a longer video filmed in Honduras about courage, compassion, and human rights. The program is titled: Padre Melo, Crisis and Hope in Honduras.

For more information to help fund the completion of this video, please go to dennisremickmedia.wordpress.com or contact us at dennisremick@gmail.com.

This video was originally published by Dennis Remick via YouTube on 29 July 2013.

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