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Lencas, earth artisans

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In southwestern Honduras, in La Esperanza, Lencas women wear brightly colored outfits as they shuck cobs of corn, reproducing the gestures of their ancestors. Lenca people are still a hundred thousand and are the largest indigenous community in the country. They maintain their ancestral know-how including corn farming, weaving wool and pottery.

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In southwestern Honduras, in La Esperanza, Lencas women wear brightly colored outfits as they shuck cobs of corn, reproducing the gestures of their ancestors. Lenca people are still a hundred thousand and are the largest indigenous community in the country. They maintain their ancestral know-how including corn farming, weaving wool and pottery.

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