610 – Chiapas Highlands: Mexico’s Indian Empire

In the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico’s southernmost state, we find nations apart from mainstream Mexico.  Populated for centuries by peoples speaking Mayan languages, they retain their customs and dress–while struggling to protect their homelands.  Their towns and villages retain traditional pre-Columbian governments.  They have invited us to one of their annual ceremonies.

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