New Yorker covers ALBA/Puffin award

June 10, 2012

“How do you bring tolerance and democracy to a country in which a murderous military, which over the years killed some two hundred thousand of its own citizens, is effectively still in power?,” the New Yorker‘s Peter Canby asks in a piece about Fredy Peccerelli and Kate Doyle, winners of the 2012 ALBA/Puffin Award for Human Rights Activism, and the state of affairs in Guatemala today. Read the whole article here.