Fostering resilience in indigenous Maya girls: The power of education

The Mayas are resilient people. They have survived colonization, the so-called henequen haciendas, which were estates that required large pools of low-paid indigenous farm hands, the Caste War in the late 1800s waged by Maya in the face of the European-descended population, and the unresolved issues of indigenous land and autonomy as captured in the … Continue reading Fostering resilience in indigenous Maya girls: The power of education