Indigenous Women Summit in Guatemala Revives Hopes

(Prensa Latina) The 8th Indigenous Women of the Americas Summit concluded in Guatemala, hoping to renew and continue the fights carried out two decades ago by hundreds of female leaders form the continent.
The meeting, which started on November 16th, became a space for experience exchange between 268 women from different generations and indigenous populations from 22 countries in the area about common challenges the face: racism, violence, discrimination, the impact of climate change, poverty, among others. After four days of intense debates in different panels, participants to the forum stressed their commitment to fight for women and indigenous people to live life to the full and for the protection, defense and healing of Mother Earth, according to the final declaration.
Participants voiced their concern over the

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