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Guatemalan human rights and land defenders with the Skylight Team in the Totonicapán ancestral forest. By Pamela Yates What do two indigenous leaders fleeing the Guatemalan highlands, a spate of assassinations of human rights defenders, the Migrant Protection Protocols, and a 2017 documentary film have to do with each other?...

Berta Cáceres, In Her Own Words is based on a 2012 interview I did with the Honduran environmental activist and co-founder of the Council of Indigenous People’s Organizations of Honduras (COPINH). I was in Central America as part of the Nobel Women’s Initiative and JASS...

En español a continuación: One of the reasons I went to film When the Mountains Tremble in early 1982, was to examine the role of the US government in Guatemala. I’d read Bitter Fruit that year and the legacy of the 1954 CIA coup that overthrew...

There are several erroneous facts being published and republished in the mainstream media, and on social network sites and Wikipedia about me and my films. In my statement of our preliminary investigation into Batzul, dated June 9, 2014, I did not say that we were...

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