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Advocate Mark Published in The Canal on Charter Cities

Advocate Mark Lutter was published in The Canal, the official blog of the PanAmerican Post, on Honduras’ charter city.

The New Republic has published a hit piece on the Zones for Employment and Economic Development (ZEDEs). The gist of the critique is that Hondurans are selling their sovereignty to multinational corporations with the hopes of economic development, but that this will in fact lead to more poverty and greater wealth inequality.

You can find the piece online here.

If you’d like to speak with Mark or any other Advocate, please contact Young Voices.

Carl Edwards Gets Schooled By Fort Worth SWAT Team

Editor Casey Published in The American Conservative on the Drug War, Child Migrants

Editor Casey Given was published in The American Conservative on the drug war’s effect on the migrant child crisis on the US border.

As children from Central America continue to pour across the U.S. border, pundits and politicians are still searching for a scapegoat. 70,000 unaccompanied minors are expected to cross the border this year, highlighting an urgent need to fix whatever precipitated the problem. Unfortunately, the real culprit that both sides of the aisle continue to ignore is one of the federal government’s own making—the War on Drugs that has incited violence south of America’s border for decades.

You can read the full piece here.

If you’d like to book Casey or any other Advocate, please contact Young Voices.