About The Book
This book is a collection of true stories and photographic portraits of men and women called Jesus.
In the book you will meet Jesus struggling for indigenous rights; an anti-minding activist Jesus; Jesus who survives by recycling what she finds on a rubbish dump; an atheist Jesus who doesn't believe in Jesus; a politician Jesus; a gay Jesus; and a dying Jesus, among many others. The book highlights political and social struggles in Honduras, a country submerged in poverty, violence and corruption.
The introduction is written by Father Ismael Moreno SJ, human rights advocate and director of Radio Progreso in Honduras. The Foreword is written by lawyer Reina Rivera, coordinator of the ACT Alliance forum in Honduras.
The book is a 96 page, full-colour A5 paperback.
"This is a wonderful book. Every page tells a story of struggle, of liberation, of hope, illustrated with beautiful photographs of people named Jesus. It will inspire reflection and action."
Author and Politician