I argue that PENNAT is important both for what it does and for whom it serves–poor indigenous children. Because it is explicitly oriented toward social change, based on a popular education philosophy that aims to empower the most excluded members of society, PENNAT makes a unique contribution to post-war democratization and to building a “culture of mutual respect and peace” in Guatemala.
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