Angélica Ayala (Nahua) In 2012, during the administrations of the former Mexican President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa and Governor Graco..
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By: Carol Ixtabalan What can’t we take out of nature that isn’t useful in our life? All of the products..
By Bety Piche (Zapoteca) Oaxaca, “the land where God never dies.” Its inhabitants know it by its great cultural..
Many women are working in their communities in various areas and some are enthusiastically making major changes through art in..
By Luna Negra Women from the communities of Rebolledo, los Arquitos and Río Minas in San Pablo Cuatro Venados, Oaxaca,..
Nayelli Reyes (Triqui) Oaxaca, Mexico People volunteer. There is no isolated negotiation, and everyone collaborates. There is creativity and freedom..
Amalia Pérez Hernández Catalina has been a midwife since she was 15 years old and has helped hundreds of women..
By Angie Lopez “I hoped to be taught in my first language, in this case, K’iche (one of the Mayan..
Delivering Healthcare to a Rural Community: The Work of Renate Hansler–Chocruz Clinic in Momostenango
The Chocruz, Pamumus Region is in the village of Santa Ana, located in Momostenango, northeastern Guatemala. Many of its residents..
By Fabio Cresto Aleína “The land is not only the place where we live and cultivate. The land is our..