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Rigoberta Menchú was was an indigenous rights activist in Guatemala who began campaigning for social reforms and women’s and indigenous rights as a teenager. She was forced to flee to France in 1982 because of her activism. In 1992, she received the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of her work for social justice and ethno-cultural relations based on respect for the rights of indigenous peoples. She also has run for Guatemalan president twice, via Pimsleur Approach


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