Granddaughters of Corn: Portraits of Guatemalan Women

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Curbstone Press, 1988 - Disappeared persons - 124 pages
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Photographs and text describing the struggle for human rights in Guatemala and Central America.

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Granddaughters of corn: portraits of Guatemalan women

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A sure way to destroy a race is by the systematic massacre of its women and children. This collection of personal narratives from Mayan Indian women who are undergoing that horror tell of villages ... Read full review

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