Sunú
Mexican Maize Farmers

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Dylan

I had the opportunity to see "Sunu" at San Francisco's Mexican Museum, and it is a wonderful portrait of the challenges faced by corn farmers in Mexico, from small dry-farmed plots to large industrial operations. They speak of the pride of their place in history and joy in their lives, the ...Read more

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