SITRATERCOSindicato de Trabajadores de La Tela Railroad Company (Spanish: Labor Union of the Tela Railroad Company; Honduras)
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One compelling part of the book recounts how the rise of women's activism in banana unions was facilitated by internal democratization within SITRATERCO.
The call for action within the SITRATERCO union occurred in the mid-1980s, when the predominantly male union leadership suddenly appropriated an ILO educational grant intended for women's organizing.
Union officials from SITRATERCO, representing workers on plantations in Honduras, have alleged that on 13 January 1999 Chiquita threatened to abandon Honduras and not rehabilitate plantations if workers didn't sign a new agreement that would weaken the union and roll back advances won by the union.