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In 1978 a Maya community ueen stood on a stage to protest a massacre of indigenous campesinos at the hands of the Guatemalan state She spoke graphically to the dead and to the living alike Brothers of Panzs your blood is in our throatsGiven the context her message
might come as a surprise a revolutionary insurgencycome as a surprise A revolutionary insurgency the late 1970s was being met by brutal state efforts to defeat it efforts directed not only at the guerrilla armies but also at reform movements of all kinds Yet the Young Woman Was Just woman was just of many Mayas across the highlands voicing dema.