Jared Olson


Jared Olson is a writer and independent journalist based in Honduras who covers social struggle in Central America. His reporting has appeared in the Intercept, the Nation, VICE World News, and El Faro English, among others.

Articles by Jared Olson
Soldiers patrol the streets in Mexico
Soldiers patrol the streets in Mexico
Members of the Honduran police special forces stand outside the home of former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández in Tegucigalpa on Feb. 15.
Members of the Honduran police special forces stand outside the home of former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández in Tegucigalpa on Feb. 15.
Honduran President Xiomara Castro holds up her fist as she wears a blue and white sash at her inauguration. She is standing beside a person in a military uniform.
Honduran President Xiomara Castro holds up her fist as she wears a blue and white sash at her inauguration. She is standing beside a person in a military uniform.
Honduran migrants who are part of a caravan heading to the United States get on a truck in southern Mexico.
Honduran migrants who are part of a caravan heading to the United States get on a truck in southern Mexico.
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