CBN reaches out to partner groups and hosts events in the community. In 2017 we brought Honduran writer Melissa Cardoza and singer Karla Lara to Kansas City to perform their work about courageous Honduran women in resistance. We also partnered with Witness for Peace to host Gaspar Sanchez, diversity coordinator from COPINH, to speak in November. CBN presented research about in Honduran maquila workers at the annual meeting of the United Association for Labor Education. We organized a program about what is really going on in Venezuela and hosted a showing of Juan Gonzalez’s Harvest of Empire about the role of US imperialism in the uprooting and immigration of people in Latin America.