Why is Honduras so violent?  Is it politically unstable, or is the problem drug trafficking?  Given that it is a relatively small country, why does it have such high levels of migration?  What is life like for the migrants who fleee, and what is life like for the people who stay?

How does Honduras’ drug traffic, it’s endemic corruption, lack of development, educational deficiencies, and increasinlgy frequent climate catastrophe’s all swirl together?  Is the migration exodus a good thing or a bad thing for this small tropical nation?

In trying to answer these questions, check out this first installment of a new docuseries on the historical context and ongoing realites of life in Honduras.