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28059   Otomi Craftswomen Take on Mexico’s Fashion World 
Emilio Godoy
Reina Pérez, an Otomi indigenous craftswoman in the central Mexican state of Querétaro, skillfully embroiders "grecas" or traditional design motifs in threads of many ... Issue Date: 6 / 2011

27466   Mexican Women Recycle a Better Future  
Daniela Pastrana
Women''s laughter fills the rectangular room on the ground floor of a building that houses a school for 250 local children, on the southern edge of Mexico City''s sprawling ... Issue Date: 9 / 2010

27260   In Mexico, Fuel Efficient Stoves Offer Health Benefits  
Emilio Godoy
The lives of many rural women and children in Mexico are changing, and the country''s high deforestation rate could be reduced, as inexpensive fuel-efficient cook stoves are ... Issue Date: 4 / 2010

23121   When the Land Is Worn Out: Last Days of the Maya Campesino  
Teake Zuidima
"Look at this," says Don Mario Kahuil. He rips open ear after ear of corn from his damaged milpa (cornfield). He shows me an ear with small and rotting white kernels. "This is ... Issue Date: 6 / 2003

23122   Eating Corn With the Ancestors  
Teake Zuidima
Do–a Christina Arjona mixes atole--corn porridge--and chocolate. With her right hand she scoops the atole up in a ji''cara, a cup made from a dried gourd, and slowly pours it ... Issue Date: 6 / 2003

17738   Mummies and Martyrs: Mexican Heritage in Guanajuato  
Stephen J. Osmond
Walking among the dead, laughter subsides and chatter fades away. Each corpse's last motion in the grave has been the same, its mouth dropped open in a silent, petrified scream. ... Issue Date: 10 / 1998

12143   The Road From Tijuana: Baja's Transpeninsular Highway Drives Cultural Change  
Jacqueline Koch
Sopriano sits on the porch next to a battery-operated boom box blaring the news. His "Champion Girl Watcher" baseball cap keeps the sun from flooding his blue eyes. Cataracts and ... Issue Date: 3 / 1994

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