The environmental non-governmental organization Global Witness declares Honduras the world’s most deadly country for environmental activists. Honduran activist Berta Cáceres was murdered there in March 2016. Now, two women have come together to let their art speak for Cáceres and the women of the Honduran resistance movement. Melissa Cardoza is author of the book 13 Colors of the Honduran Resistance. One of the women Cardoza highlights is Karla Lara, a singer/songwriter and social justice activist with the National Network of Women Human Rights Defenders in Honduras. Cardoza, Lara and Matt Ginsberg-Jaeckle, a community organizer and member of the Chicago-based La Voz de Los de Abajo, spoke about the conditions in Honduras on Worldview.