John smuggled Mezcal over the boarders for years until his bar Café No Sé got very popular and the demand for his product grew to levels he never thought would happen. This entrepreneurial story isn't you typical business school story. Sit back, grab a mezcal and take a trip to Guatemala.
In honor of Pride Month, and to honor the black trans lives that have been unjustly taken we have launched a collaboration with the visual artist, Artfucker. All profits from the work will go to the Marsha P Johnson Institute and WayOut. While Artfucker prefers to remain anonymous to the public, their artwork is clearly personal and will certainly provide viewers a though-provoking experience.
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This short documentary tells the story about the challenges that Scarlet Macaws have in Northern Guatemala.
Over the past several months, thousands of migrants from Central America have been walking en masse towards the United States-Mexico border in search for a better life.
The eruption of the Fuego Volcano in Guatemala on March 6, 2018, left hundreds dead and many more searching for their loved ones. A year after the eruption, these are the stories of some of the survivors.