A trip to Honduras and Guatemala

The Guatemala Humanists include, from left, political scientist Carlos Mendoza, Ana Raquel (no last name given), founder Oscar Pineda, Dan Barker, president David Pineda (no relation to Oscar), psychologist Natalia Marsicovetere, and Daniela (no last name given).
Barker chats with Susanna, host of “Hoy Mismo,” a popular morning talk show in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
Barker stands with the editor of El Libertador, Johnny Lagos, who has been persecuted for publishing a liberal monthly newspaper in Honduras. Lagos survived an assassination attempt; when the gunmen entered his office (where this photo was taken), they did not recognize him because he was unshaven and wearing a casual shirt. He refused tens of thousands of dollars from the government that wanted to control three months of his newspaper during election time. “Integrity is not cheap,” he said.
Barker did a 90-minute interview on live national television on CHTV in Honduras. The host on the left is Armando Villanuevos, and on the right is Carlos Portillo, former minister of religion for the Honduran government.
FFRF Co-President Dan Barker, who is fluent in Spanish, was a guest on a popular national morning talk show in Honduras called “Nos Vemos!”
Barker appeared on National Radio Globo, a liberal station in Honduras.
Barker was interviewed by “Chano” on SiTV, which has been called the “Fox News” of Honduras, very right-wing and religious.