One Woman’s Crusade to Help Indigenous People in the Mexican Justice System | Op-Docs
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As Blanco puts it, “How can you guarantee people’s access to justice when basic means for understanding are lacking? Faced with this contradiction, Lupita builds bridges for communication and offers alternatives for democratic transformation; her daily dedication promotes the construction of a more inclusive and effective justice system before the cultural and linguistic diversity of Mexico.”
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