Dispossessed and in Danger: The State of Indigenous Rights

Ana Paula Hernández and Juliet Hooker, Ph.D., moderated by
Suzanne Benally
Presented in partnership with the Rapoport Center at UT School of Law
Event in English; simultaneous Spanish interpretation available.

What are indigenous human rights, and why do they matter? More
specifically, what’s the status of indigenous rights in Honduras? Join the
discussion on this timely and pressing issue.

Ana Paula Hernández is a program officer for Latin America at the Fund for
Global Human Rights. Her group provides strategic support and funding to
more than 61 human rights organizations in Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Dr. Juliet Hooker is a professor of government at UT with an interest in
indigenous and Afro-descendant politics and rights in Central America.

Moderator Suzanne Benally is the executive director of Cultural Survival.

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Thur, October 1
Rothko Chapel 

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