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LGBT Issues in Honduras & Beyond (Lp6152012)

LatinPulse on June 15, 2012 18:48

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    Latin Pulse comes remotely from Honduras this week, with a special focus on Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, and Transgender (LGBT) issues. The program discusses a recent study that focuses on 75 murders of members of the LGBT community in the past four years. The discussion includes the murder cases of Erick Martinez and Walter Trochez. The program also discusses the wide disparities in LGBT rights throughout Latin America. The news segment of the program includes information about the upcoming G-20 Summit in Mexico.
    In-Depth Interviews:
    Sandra Zambrano of APUVIMEH, and
    Mirka Negroni of San Francisco State University.

    Executive Producer: Rick Rockwell
    Associate Producer: Vanessa Haces Gonzatti
    Writer: Lydia Beyoud
    The photo is by Richard Datchler via Flickr, using a Creative Commons license: http://www.flickr.com/photos/76887712@N03/6924440142/

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