Rigoberta Menchú in California.

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Rigoberta Menchú, a world-renowned advocate for Indian rights, visits one of California’s leading indigenous organizations and addresses the plight of migrants, reviews the achievements of indigenous peoples during the past two decades, and celebrates indigenous languages. California is home to hundreds of thousands of indigenous migrants from Mexico and Central America. They represent about one in four farm workers in this rich agricultural state. This program includes Menchú’s address and an exclusive interview.

Guest: Rigoberta Menchú Tum, 1992 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Advocate for indigenous rights, Fresno, CA, http://centrobinacional.org/

 

 

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