Date: September 15, 2016
Time: 8:30 pm  to  10:00 pm

When Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was overthrown in a 2009 coup, the farmers of the Aguan Valley took over the plantations in an unprecedented nationwide resistance movement. The documentary “Resistencia: The Fight for the Aguan Valley” tells the story of how ordinary people in Honduras have created communities and built a future despite political corruption.

Members of Texans United for Family will be on hand to talk about efforts in solidarity with Central Americans who flee violence, much of it caused by failed U.S. economic and military systems.

Doors open at 8 pm and the film will start at 8:30 pm. More information on Facebook, or contact Peggy Morton, or (512) 751-6415.

Location: Spider House Chapel (outdoors), 2908 Fruth St., Austin, 78705