Mercy students met members of the movement in Honduras to stand up against mining companies that are polluting their water through their operations. "It's sad that the eventS taking place in Honduras are rarely discussed. It's hard to acknowledge what's happening. But we have to. We have to do something," said student Kailey S. '21. Mercy stands for the protection of the Earth and with the people fighting for our world. Learn more at the Share Foundation and the Environement Committee of Guapinol on thir website. VIEW THE INSTAGRAM POST
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