Why Support an Intercultural Interchange?

May 15th, 2005 | By | Category: 16-4: International Indigenous Education, Features
By Dario Moran

In my country, Guatemala, we have 24 ethnic groups. We have been separated, united, and then separated again by the Spanish conquest, two revolutions, and a civil war. But even though we have suffered much, we are trying to work together and succeed. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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