A short film by Belén Pac, Karla Soto and Gladis Rosales made during the 2011 Voces de Cambio Visual Storytelling Workshop, an 8-week video production course held in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
In this video Belén, Karla and Gladis visit the village of Xecaracoj to investigate the impact a quarry for a multi-national cement company is having on both the local population and the environment.
Voces de Cambio (Voices of Change) is an after-school program for young women with the goal of creating a supportive and creative environment where our participants can begin to challenge deeply ingrained and destructive social norms that preclude them from contributing to the development of a just and democratic society.
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For more information on our program visit us at vocesdecambio.org