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Maya Culture and the Counting of Time Lecture

Don Audelino Sac Coyo will share Maya knowledge of time and space in a lecture to prepare participants to participate in a Maya ceremony. The ceremony will take place from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.

Audelino Sac Coyoy is a Maya-K’iche’ academic from Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.   He describes his duel life as a Maya "Day Counter" or "Maya Preist " in his native culture and as a Professor of Political Science and Maya Studies in his Western Persona.   

In addition to his notable academic career,  Don Audelino was selected by the council of elders to represent Maya communities in negotiations between the government and the revolutionary forces of the URNG.   He has consulted with numerous government and non-governmental agencies on development policies.  He is currently the advisor for HSP's maternal and infant well-being program.    

Don Aude is on a speaking tour sponsored by the Highland Support Project to schools that participate in our Partners in Service program.

Earlier Event: May 12
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