In Alamosa, Colorado, partnerships among university faculty, school teachers, a local non-profit, and Maya families established programs over several years thart enabled students to develop and assert their identity in school, while assisting parents in cultivating aspects of Maya identity at home and in the community.
Judd, Joel B. and Ludwig, Sheryl
"The Impact of Community Partnerships on Maya Children's Identity,"
Maya America: Journal of Essays, Commentary, and Analysis: Vol. 1
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