In Mexico, Indigenous Women Are Saving Your Morning Coffee, One Plant At A Time

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OAXACA — Seven women gather beneath the shade of Victórica Ortiz López’ (58) house, their woven bags slung over their arms and ready for the fields. Speaking in Mixteco, the majority of these women are above fifty and still prefer the traditional indigenous language over Spanish.

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Source: Coffee Talk

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