With a central theme of emancipatory education, Seeds of Freedom: Liberating Education in Guatemala by Clark Taylor (2014) delivers a powerful historical narrative that reaffirms the value of an education for liberation. The remarkable story of Santa Maria Tzejá, a remote village in northern Guatemala, demonstrates how social activism and a liberating education contributed to the socio-economic development and empowerment of this indigenous community. Through extensive interviews with students, families, community leaders, and teachers, Taylor describes a story that has been unfolding for over twenty-five years.
Dathe, Magdalena Vázquez. "Seeds of Freedom: Liberating Education in Guatemala by Clark Taylor." Intersections: Critical Issues in Education 1, 1 (2017). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/intersections/vol1/iss1/6