In Guatemala, a New Focus on Rights of Mayas

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Eight years after Guatemala's peace accord laid out ambitious goals for battling the discrimination and exclusion suffered by Maya Indians, many say old patterns of discrimination persist. But signs suggest the issue of equal rights for Mayas may finally be entering the national agenda. Catherine Elton reports.

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