Guatemala: Indigenous Farmers Take The Lead
Louisa Reynolds, 2012
Visibly exhausted after their grueling 200-kilometer (125-mile) walk from various parts of the country including the Quiché highlands and the northern department of Huehuetenango, over 1,500 indigenous protestors entered Guatemala City on March 26.
The march included a large number of Mayan women, who walked across the country with their infants strapped to their backs, wrapped in traditional shawls, and...
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