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Defending Territory Is Not a Crime
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Patriarchal Violence in Guatemala
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By Emma Gómez and María Longo Protecting the earth’s natural resources, the community’s assets has sent many a Guatemalan leader..
By María José Longo Although the Political Constitution of the Republic of Guatemala and international treaties recognize the association right..