HondurasAmericas June 28, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Community radio stations still denied access to air-waves Receive email alerts Organisation News May 13, 2021 Find out more RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Honduras Reports April 27, 2021 Find out more News News HondurasAmericas Did Honduras’ readmission to the Organization of American States mark the end of the sinister interlude that began with the coup d’état exactly two years ago, on 28 June 2009, and its disastrous impact on civil liberties and human rights?That was the question that the Latin America and Caribbean division of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC-ALC) and Reporters Without Borders jointly posed when Honduras was formally readmitted to OAS at the start of this month.The fight against impunity and for real media diversity is certainly as important as ever, according to members La Voz de Zacate Grande, a community radio station in the far south of the country that is banned from the air-waves.A Reporters Without Borders special representative was in the Zacate Grande peninsula for the community radio station’s first anniversary, on 14 April, and produced a long audio report of her visit. For the time being, it is available only in Spanish and can be downloaded at this link. A summary follows.Most of the Honduran community radios affiliated to AMARC attended the 14 April event, which served to highlight the fact that defence of land rights was the main reason for the creation of most of these stations. La Voz de Zacate Grande is a particularly good example.Decade-old unequal struggle The inhabitants of the Zacate Grande peninsula in the Pacific-coast Gulf of Fonseca have been harassed constantly for the past 11 years for trying to defend their rights to land now claimed by businessman landowner and palm oil magnate Miguel Facussé Barjum, who wants to develop major tourist projects there.Several families from the Honduran oligarchy have also investigated in coastal property with the aim of building luxury homes, while the authorities have used the international Ramsar Convention on the protection of wetlands as a pretext to deny the local rural population the right to create and manage projects of their own that would benefit local community development.Seeing themselves gradually encircled by the big landowners, local peasant farmers formed the Association for the Development of the Zacate Grande Peninsula (ADEPZA) and are trying to recover the lands on which their families have lived for generations. But the justice system seems to be using environmental and property-right laws to side with the big landowners.Most of ADEPZA’s members are being prosecuted on charges of endangering the environment or land encroachment. They include the association’s secretary, Gerardo Aguilar, one of the 21 young people who work for the radio station. The land on which the station was built in the hamlet of Puerto Grande is claimed by Facussé. As community radio stations are not recognized in Honduras, ADEPZA president Pedro Canales is also charged with illegally using a broadcast frequency.Two of the station’s women reporters, Elia Xiomara Hernández and Elba Yolibeth Rubio, are still facing prosecution on charges of sedition and resisting the police during their arrest while covering the use of force to evict a family in the nearby locality of Coyolito. They have to report to a court on the neighbouring island of Tigre every two weeks. This requires taking a ferry and they themselves have to pay the fare, which is not cheap.A prosecution is still also pending against station director Franklin Meléndez, who was wounded in the leg in a shooting attack on 13 March by two men opposed to the demands that ADEPZA had been making on the air. His assailants were not arrested and continue to circulate freely in the area.Such case of violence do not surprise the local populations, many of whose members have had to emigrate to the United States in order to escape poverty and to help supply the needs of those who have stayed behind. Facussé is able to exploit this situation, offering property title to those who agree to work for him and thereby encouraging division and conflict within the community. And on the eve of the radio station’s anniversary, his wife toured the peninsula’s villages, distributing toys and candy to children.La Voz de Zacate Grande’s response to such patronage is the right to information as a tool to promote public education. The interviews conducted last April suggest that, rather than just a radio station, it is seen as an instrument for defending common interests.Fragile reconstruction Reporters Without Borders also visited the Afro-Honduran community in the Atlantic-coast locality of Triunfo de La Cruz in April. There too, the local population would be unable to voice their objections to agro-industrial and real estate projects without their radio station to help them.Radio Coco Dulce (also known as Radio Faluma Bimetu in the Garifuna language), which was created by OFRANEH (the Black Fraternal Organization of Honduras, was the target of repeated attacks last January which obliged it to suspended broadcasting for 12 days. The enforced silence came 12 months after it was forced off the air by an arson attack.With the help of International Media Support, AMARC-ALC and Reporters Without Borders funded the rebuilding of Radio Coco Dulce after its destruction in January 2010. This year, they provided the station with a small video-surveillance system. Although badly needed, it did not prevent an arson attack on station manager Alfredo López’s home on 7 April, while the visiting Reporters Without Borders representative was in the area. Those responsible are still at large. This action was made possible by the EU’s European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR), of which Reporters Without Borders is a beneficiary. RSF_en 2011-2020: A study of journalist murders in Latin America confirms the importance of strengthening protection policies to go further RSF begins research into mechanisms for protecting journalists in Latin America December 28, 2020 Find out more
Hudson Supergroup Featuring Scofield, Medeski, And More Hitting The Road Behind New LP [Stream/Dates]
Earlier this year, John Medeski, John Scofield, Larry Grenadier, and Jack DeJohnette announced the inception of a brand new supergroup project, Hudson, named after the Hudson Valley, NY area which all four musicians call home.The members of Hudson originally came together in 2014 to perform at the Woodstock Jazz Festival. According to DeJohnette in an interview with DownBeat, “There is a kindred spirit in the Hudson Valley. There are many musicians who live in the area who represent a variety of genres. In recent years, we have only been able to collaborate locally on occasion due to our individual musical obligations, but the fact remains that there’s a common language that we all speak—something that emerges from our shared environment and our shared surroundings.”Adds Medeski, “The Hudson Valley puts the gentle beauty and power of very old mountains and an incredible river estuary within reach of one of the most powerful, international, creative centers in the world—New York City. I think each of us, in our own way, uses these forces as tools to keep us creative and growing.”“The musicians who migrated up this way from the City were not escaping the music,” explains Grenadier, “They were looking for a way to go deeper into it. The space and the atmosphere of the area create an ideal place to find the music within. We all travel and play so much around the world that when we are home, we’re in a place that’s full of quietude and we have room to search for the beauty and space within music.”You can trailers for the new Hudson outfit featuring each individual band members’ thoughts on the music and the area that inspired it below, via Medeski’s Facebook page: Last week, after much anticipation, the band released their self-titled debut, Hudson, which you can listen to in full below:Now, in the wake of their album release, the band is heading out on an extensive tour, which will see them play a number of prominent jazz festivals this summer (Ottowa, Saratoga, Toronto, Montreal, Newport, Detroit) before embarking on an extended run of theater shows this fall. For a full list of upcoming Hudson tour dates, see the graphic below. You can find more information about Hudson’s summer/fall schedule and purchase tickets to any of the shows here.
Champlain College Taps NYU’s David Finney to Become Next PresidentBurlington — Dr. David F. Finney has been selected by ChamplainCollege’s board of trustees to become the college’s seventh president. Dr.Finney has accepted the board’s invitation and will succeed retiringChamplain president Dr. Roger H. Perry on July 1, 2005.Dr. Finney is currently Dean of New York University’s School ofContinuing and Professional Studies in New York City. One of thelargest schools of continuing education in the country, SCPS annuallyenrolls 45,000 undergraduate, graduate and continuing education studentsin more than 5,000 courses in professional, academic and enrichmentprograms. During his 20-year career at NYU, Dr. Finney has held the topmanagement positions in several traditional undergraduate areas, includingadmissions, financial aid, enrollment services, advertising andpublications.Champlain College board chair William Post announced Dr. Finney’sappointment, noting that “Champlain’s Presidential Search Committeereviewed the qualifications of a long list of candidates during anextensive nationwide search. I am absolutely thrilled that a personwith the quality, experience and reputation of David Finney has acceptedthe trustees’ offer to serve as Champlain College’s next president.”Post continued, “Our challenge was to find another extraordinary leader tosucceed Roger Perry. Trustees Holly Miller and Bob Allen guided theSearch Committee through a rigorous process that lasted nearly a year.That Champlain team accomplished their mission admirably.”Dr. Finney flew to Burlington to participate in the Friday morningannouncement to faculty and staff in Champlain’s Alumni Auditorium.After board chair Post informed the audience of the trustees’ decision, heintroduced Dr. Finney as Champlain’s next president. Finney remarked, “Icould not be happier about joining the Champlain College community. Theentrepreneurial spirit of the faculty and its innovative tradition isunique in higher education.”Finney noted that the “very strong commitment to student growth anddevelopment among all the faculty and staff is easy to see when onevisits campus. It is a gem of a school. I am delighted to be offered theprivilege of helping Champlain through the next chapter of its history.”Many in the audience had attended his presentation on campus exactlyfive weeks ago, when he visited Champlain as a presidential candidatefinalist. They welcomed him back to campus with enthusiasticcongratulations.President Perry called Finney “a perfect fit for Champlain College. He isan entrepreneurial educator who is well grounded in undergraduateeducation.”Perry added, “I am impressed with the innovative programs that Dr.Finney established on campus, overseas, on line and with corporations. Hisrich experience at a select and complex university will accelerateChamplain’s momentum.”Holly Miller noted that Finney is “a strategic thinker with an excellentintellect and an open mind.” Bob Allen described Finney as “soft-spokenand powerfully articulate. During his distinguished years at NYU, Daviddemonstrated that he knows how to get great things done.”New York University Provost David McLaughlin offered this assessment ofhis departing colleague: “David Finney has been central to the advancesNYU has made in student quality over the past two decades. Under hisleadership, freshmen applications tripled and the student body becamedramatically more national. In his years at the School of Continuing andProfessional Studies, he created a number of innovative programs, revisedcurricula, and dramatically increased enrollments.”McLaughlin continued, “David’s experience and leadership skills convinceme that he will be successful at Champlain College. He will be sorelymissed at NYU. Champlain’s gain is our loss.”Dr. Finney has indeed been a driving force for positive change at New YorkUniversity for the past 20 years. From 1999 through 2002, he was givenadditional responsibilities as Assistant to the President. He wasassigned by NYU president John Sexton to special projects, includingoverseeing the restoration of the five villas of La Pietra, the NYU estatein Florence, Italy, and then directing activities at that overseaslearning campus.Prior to being promoted to dean in 1999, Finney was Vice President ofEnrollment Services and Planning at NYU, responsible for UndergraduateAdmissions, Financial Aid, the University Registrar, Study Abroad,Institutional Research, the Office of Advertising and Publications and theOffice of Electronic Publications. Under his leadership, undergraduateapplications rose from 8,500 to over 30,000, and the quality of NYU’sincoming freshman classes improved significantly-SAT scores increased byover 250 points as the acceptance rate decreased from around 70% to 25% ofapplications.Dr. Finney was responsible for the creation and implementation of NYU’sStudy Abroad program, which each year sends 1000 undergraduate students tolearn in other countries. He supervised the administrative staff at NYU’sfour sites-Prague, London, Buenos Aires and Florence.He created NYU’s Office of Corporate Learning Services, whose recentclients include American Express, jetBlue, and Goldman Sachs. Under Dr.Finney’s direction, CLS produced three courses in nine languages for MCI,training all of that company’s 65,000 global employees.Finney was also responsible for development of NYU’s Virtual College. Twomaster’s programs and a variety of courses are now online, withundergraduate degrees slated to be online by September 2005.In 1985, NYU recruited Finney from Rochester Institute of Technology inRochester, New York, where he had been Director of Admissions. He joinedNYU as Director of Admissions for the university’s seven undergraduateschools. From 1988 through 1994, Finney was Assistant Vice President andthen Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services, supervising theoffices of Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, and Enrollment Services.>From 1992 through 2001, Dr. Finney was a faculty member at NYU’sDepartment of Higher Education, where he taught MA degree students in theHigher Education Program. He is the author of the 1997 book FinancingYour College Degree: A Guide for Adult Students.Dr. Finney earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology fromWestminster College, Pennsylvania, and a Master of Arts in highereducation from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. He holds a Master ofScience in higher and adult education and a Doctor of Education in higherand adult education, earning both degrees at Teachers College, ColumbiaUniversity. His primary areas of scholarly interest are higher educationand effective teaching in continuing education programs.He currently lives in New York City’s Greenwich Village and has twodaughters-Lauren is a sophomore at Skidmore College, and Heather willbegin her studies at Hamilton College next September. In 2005, Dr. Finneywill marry Sabine Zerarka, Associate General Counsel at Standard andPoor’s.Founded in 1878, career-oriented Champlain College is a private,coeducational institution offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees, aswell as associate’s degrees and professional certificates, in 26 fields ofstudy. Champlain College educates 1,700 full-time students and 850part-time students annually, and employs more than 340 faculty and staffin Burlington, Vermont. The College offers its current, market-drivenprograms at campuses overseas, and Champlain College OnLine provides fulldegree programs and online training to individuals and corporations aroundthe globe.# # #
A new ferry port has been opened in Trogir, more precisely in Soline. It is an investment of 19 million kuna (ferry port with access road), which will significantly shorten the journey for the residents of the islands of Drvenik Veliki and Mali.We finally got the port that the people of Trogir and Drvenka deserve, said Mayor Ante Bilić during the opening of the new port and added: ” July 2018 will go down in history. Large infrastructure projects are finally being completed and from now on we will be known for monumental heritage and tourism, and no longer for crowds and unfinished projects. I would like to thank everyone who participated in the construction of this ferry port funded by the relevant ministry, the County Port Authority, Split-Dalmatia County, while the construction of access roads was funded by the City of Trogir in cooperation with the county. We see that only through joint work and coordination can we complete such large infrastructure projects. I would also like to thank the contractors who are done even before the deadline. For me, this is not the end, but the beginning of improving the infrastructure on our islands, because we have launched a water supply project with the county on both islands. The preparation of project documentation has been initiated and I hope that in four to five years we will solve the issue of water supply in Drvenici, because without quality water supply there is no life on the islands.”, Said Bilići reminded that an agreement was signed with the Port Authority of SDŽ for the continuation of the arrangement of the port of Trogir, from Solin to the area of Foša in which no investment has been made for years.Photo: City of TrogirFor the city of Trogir and for its development and transport infrastructure, this month is really important because we are putting two capital facilities into operation. Namely, in addition to this port, we will soon open a long-awaited new bridge, which will significantly reduce congestion in Trogir, said County Prefect Blaženko Boban and reminded that the value of the first phase of construction of a new ferry port is 19 million kuna, of which the County Port Authority provided 12 , and the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Communications HRK 7 million. The access road in the amount of HRK 3.2 million was financed by the County, and the land was purchased by the City of Trogir.The ferry will dock in the new port of Soline, and will not dock in the ports of Trogir and Seget Donji and additionally on Fridays will not sail to the port of Split, which has been the case so far. Ticket sales in Trogir are still carried out by the company Trogir holding, from 06:00 to 22:00, and the purchase of tickets will be possible in Seget Donji in the area of Jadrolinija. According to the decision of the Agency for Coastal Shipping, from Saturday, 07. July, with the opening of the new ferry port Soline in Trogir, the sailing schedule of the ferry line 606 Trogir (Soline) – Drvenik Veli – Drvenik Mali will be changed. Instead of in the port of Seget, the lower embarkation of vehicles will be in the port of Soline. You can see the new sailing schedule here: Ferry line 606The mainland-Ciovo bridge opens in JulyAfter as much as 50 years since the first mention of the bridge that will relieve Trogir, the bridge mainland – Ciovo is finally nearing completion.The works are progressing according to plan and the bridge should be opened to traffic in July, the Ministry of Transport, Sea and Infrastructure announced. Significant traffic relief is expected as about 60 percent of traffic, if not more, should be diverted to the new bridge.
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Boys Tennis Sectional ResultsThursday (10-3)Sectional 16 @ South DearbornOldenburg 4 Milan 1Batesville 3 East Central 2Sectional 13 @ ConnersvilleConnersville 3 Franklin County 2Rushville 5 Union County 0Sectional 27 @ Jennings CountySouthwestern 3 Jennings County 2Greensburg 5 Madison 0
Comments Published on November 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm Head coach Paul Flanagan and Syracuse walked back into the locker room tied 2-2 with Ohio State following the second period on Nov. 18. What could have been a motivating victory for SU quickly turned into an ugly defeat.The Buckeyes reeled off four goals in the third period en route to a 6-3 win, handing the Orange another loss at home. SU’s late-game collapse proved that the team is still struggling to play consistent hockey for an entire 60 minutes. ‘It’s so important that we come out strong and finish strong,’ forward Allie LaCombe said in interview in October. ‘We are a good middle-period team once we get our momentum going, but those first two shifts are so important for us to come out strong.’Despite glimpses of productivity from the Orange attack, the defense could not provide enough support in order to prevent a sweep at the hands of Ohio State last weekend. SU (5-9-0, 0-0 CHA) will look to have a more balanced effort when they play a weekend series with Rensselaer (3-9-4, 1-3-2 ECAC), beginning Friday night at Houston Field House. The Orange players responded well on Saturday after their frustrating loss to Ohio State the previous night. SU came out aggressively, pressuring the Buckeyes defense and generating scoring opportunities.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLaCombe gave SU a lead in the early minutes of the first period. The Orange continued to battle, led by the strong play of sophomore goalie Jenesica Drinkwater. But sloppy defense by SU allowed two late-game goals for Ohio State. Flanagan and his squad let a second straight game slip away, this time in more dramatic fashion. ‘It was almost like we made it too easy for them,’ Flanagan said. ‘We got tired, and you make a lot of fundamental mistakes when you’re tired.’The Buckeyes toppled SU with their quickness and athleticism, smothering the Orange forwards on the attack. Syracuse was clearly overmatched against a talented Ohio State team, and the players’ lack of energy down the stretch resulted in an overall inconsistent performance. The Orange will try to end its three-game regular-season losing streak when it plays two very winnable games against Rensselaer this weekend. And that starts with playing hard for all three periods.‘When you play 60 minutes if you can control those 20 minute intervals we should be winning games,’ captain Megan Skelly said.Rensselaer, led by head coach John Burke, will come out firing after dropping two games against top-ranked Wisconsin last weekend. Forwards Jordan Smelker and Alisa Harrison have paced the RPI offensive attack so far this season. Smelker has four goals and eight assists while Harrison has added five goals and six assists.As the Orange players spend the Thanksgiving holiday on campus resting, Flanagan stressed to his team the importance of showing up to play on Friday night and being consistent. This means better passing, fewer communication breakdowns and a stronger effort on defense. ‘We’re a hardworking team and we have a lot of talent,’ freshman forward Casey Hirsch said. ‘If we play our game and come out and play all 60 minutes, we’ll win.’ [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+
Lou Duva, left, and Matthew Saad Muhammad, were inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1998.(Photo: Michael Okoniewski, AP)PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Former light heavyweight champion Matthew Saad Muhammad, who was abandoned as a child and rose to become “one of the most exciting boxers of all time” and later an advocate for the homeless after a stay in a shelter himself, has died. He was 59.Saad Muhammad died Sunday at a Philadelphia hospital, said Kevin Roberts of the nonprofit Resources for Human Development, which Saad Muhammad worked with in recent years.“He had a lot of ups and downs — like life,” said longtime friend Mustafa Ameen.In 1977, in just his 21st pro fight, Matthew knocked out veteran Marvin Johnson in the 12th round to win the North American Boxing Federation light heavyweight crown. He defended that title three times. He then fought Johnson for the World Boxing Council title in 1979 in Indianapolis, scoring a knockout despite cuts above both eyes in an eighth round named round of the year by The Ring magazine.He defended his world title eight times, seven of them by knockout, before losing the crown in 1981 to Dwight Muhammad Qawi in a 10th-round knockout. He retired in 1992 with a 39-16-3 record and was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1998.Flags will fly at half-staff in Saad Muhammad’s memory, the organization announced.“Saad Muhammad was one of the most exciting boxers of all time. His drama-filled fights were thrilling, and he was a real fan favorite,” executive director Edward Brophy said in a statement. “We join the boxing community in mourning his passing.”Saad Muhammad was born in 1954 in Philadelphia and lived with an aunt but was abandoned on the street at age 5 when the family could no longer take care of him, he had said.A different relative “took me out in the city where I wouldn’t know where I was or how to find my way home, and ran away from me,” he wrote in One Step Away, a newspaper produced by residents of Philadelphia shelters. “I was alone on the streets. I was so scared. A policewoman found me, and asked me my name. I told her I didn’t know my name.”Taken in by Catholic nuns who named him Matthew from the Bible and Franklin because was found on Philadelphia’s downtown Benjamin Franklin Parkway, he said he found his calling in a boxing gym in south Philadelphia and started his pro career in 1974, just three years before he won the NABF title.Shortly after becoming champion, he converted to Islam and changed his name to Matthew Saad Muhammad.Years ago, Saad Muhammad became homeless and took refuge in a Philadelphia shelter but rebounded and had home when he died, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. He also became an advocate for the homeless.“He did a lot of great work for the cause of homelessness in Philadelphia,” said Roberts.Ameen said that not only should Saad Muhammad’s fierce fighting style be remembered but also his determination to rise above his circumstances outside of the ring.“He had a tremendous heart as a fighter, as a professional boxer,” Ameen said. “He refused to quit when the odds were against him, and I think that kind of summarized his entire life.”
Image Courtesy: PTI/BCCIAdvertisement 4cyt9NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs36gv58Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Evazp( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) nv5orWould you ever consider trying this?😱awg7Can your students do this? 🌚eozyRoller skating! Powered by Firework Team India has been on a sensational victory run. Finishing the Australia ODI series at home with a brilliant 2-1 win, and flying over to New Zealand for the T20 series, and dominating the hosts with a 4 game streak. Currently on a 4-0 lead, Virat Kohli and the squad are eyeing for a perfect finish to the series, continuing their winning streak tomorrow and making it 5-0. But did you know that a scenario like this will be set a new record in cricket? Because if India wins the fifth and final match, it will be the first 5-0 whitewash of a T20 series ever!Advertisement Image Courtesy: PTI/BCCIWhile New Zealand has only lost one series without winning any matches, back in 2005 against England at home, when the visitors picked up 1 2-0 series victory.However, a 5-0 whitewash in a T20 series is unprecedented, and if Team India manages to clinch victory once again in tomorrow’s final match of the series at the Bay Oval cricket ground, it will set a new benchmark for the brilliantly in form squad led by Virat Kohli.Advertisement Manish Pandey, the highest scorer for India in yesterday’s victory at the Wellington Regional Stadium, said in the post match interview that the team is willing to give it all in the next match for this historical achievement.“And now we have an opportunity to make it 5-0 and it will be really amazing to do that. Come the fifth match, we will look to go 5-0 up, that is our plan. Nobody has done it before and especially India has not done it before. So, I think it will be a great start to do that.” Pandey told reporters.Advertisement The 30 year old scored his 3rd T20 half century off 36 balls yesterday, with three boundaries.Both India and New Zealand are currently ranked 5th and 6th in the ICC Men’s T20 Team rankings respectively. The two teams have gone head to head in four T20 series previously, where the Black Caps have emerged victorious three times. India has already won the ongoing series, their second series victory against the Kiwis, and a historical 5-0 victory tomorrow will be the the cherry on top.Also read-India women pip England by 5 wickets to kickstart T20 tri series with a winVirat Kohli reveals what’s the biggest lesson he’s learned in 2 super over wins against New Zealand Advertisement
Gardaí in Milford have renewed their appeal for information following a late-night attack on a car in Upper Cotteen, in the Derrybeg area on Friday morning last. The criminal damage incident occurred between 1.30am and 6am.The damage was caused to a car at the property while the owner stayed overnight. It is understood that the rear passenger window was smashed with a rock.If anyone can offer any information in relation to the matter then please call Milford Garda station on 0749153060.Gardaí in Milford appeal for information following late-night attack on car was last modified: July 17th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)