Health and Healing in Guatemala by Rachel Carr
Feast Day at Twi Ninwitz
9132.11 feet. That's exactly how high we were upon arrival in the Maya village Ostuncalco. Looking around at the livestock, humble houses and filthy feet, I couldn't help but feel slightly ashamed that I ever complained about anything in life.
Ethics in the Mayan Marketplace
UPDATE: On April 7th we visited the community of Twi Ninwitz, San Juan Ostuncalco. Together men, women, teachers and kids made a Mayan Ceremony and a feast because our dreams came true.
Intern Journals: Weaving New Possibilities
A voluntary and often unconscious practice of redistributive justice exists in the indigenous marketplace based on social relationships embedded in Mayan cosmology.
An update from HSP intern Corrie Henderson about her experience with the Pixan Project.