The Mayan Indigenous Women of Chiapas: Lekil Kuxlejal and food autonomy1
Magali Barreto Ávila
Development, 2011, vol. 54, issue 4, pages 485-489
Magali Barreto Avila describes how since the seizure of lands carried out by the Zapatistas from 1994 to 1997, Mayan indigenous women from Ocosingo, Chiapas have worked to build food autonomy for indigenous communities.
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