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Amplify Indigenous Voices: Exploring the Maya World

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This presentation spotlights websites, books and other resources for a better understanding of the Maya World. Your comments are welcome and so are embeds, likes, clips and shares.

Esta presentación destaca sitios web, libros y otros recursos para una mejor comprensión del Mundo Maya Tus comentarios son bienvenidos y también los embeds, likes, clips y shares.

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Don't wait for strangers to remind you of your duty, you have a conscience and a spirit for that. All the good you do must come from your own initiative.

No espere a que los extraños para recordarle tu deber, tienes una conciencia y un espíritu para eso. Todo el bien que haces debe venir de tu propia iniciativa.

- Popul Vuh


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Amplify Indigenous Voices: Exploring the Maya World

  1. 1. planeta.wikispaces.com/maya ronmader • 07.2017 Explorando El Mundo Maya Exploring The Maya World
  2. 2. Indigenous Voices planeta.wikispaces.com/maya ronmader • 07.2017 Amplify Amplificano Voces Indígenas
  3. 3. This presentation spotlights websites, books and other resources for a better understanding of the Maya World. You are welcome to adapt and reuse the materials with the attribution-sharealike license. We welcome your interaction -- comments, questions, suggestions, shares, clips, favorites, likes and hearts. Esta presentación destaca sitios web, libros y otros recursos para una mejor comprensión del Mundo Maya . Le invitamos a adaptar y reutilizar los materiales con la licencia de atribución- sharealike. Agradecemos tu interacción - comentarios, preguntas, sugerencias, acciones, clips, favoritos, gustos y corazones. - Ron Mader (Las Vegas, 2017) p l a n e t a . c o m • p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / m a y a About This Presentation
  4. 4. planeta.com/maya
  5. 5. U k'iinilo'ob wayil kaajo'obe’ L u n e s M a r t e s Miercoles J u e v e s V i e r n e s S a b a d o D o m i n g o Indigenous Peoples Week (Semana de Pueblos Indígenas) #ipw7 Textile: Tienda Ayuuk/Oaxaca A g o s t o 2 0 1 7 137 8 9 10 11 12 p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / i n d i w e e k 2 0 1 7
  6. 6. La belleza de esta vida se encuentra en los detalles pequeños The beauty of life is in the small details @xbaalche @elChilamBalam Photo: Painted Lady Butterfly Ryan Moehring / USFWS Mountain-Prairie U jats' utsil le kuxtala' ti' yaan ti' mejen ba'alo'obe’
  7. 7. Who are the Maya? Photo: Carlos Ortega
  8. 8. There are an estimated 7 million indigenous Maya living in southern Mexico and northern Central America at the start of the 21st century. Se estima que hay 7.000.000 indígenas mayas que viven en el sur de México y el norte de América Central a principios del siglo 21.
  9. 9. Governments promote travel in the Maya World. image: @ sectur
  10. 10. Who benefits? ¿Quién se beneficia?
  11. 11. Our goal is authentic collaboration among Maya leaders, communities AND national / international tourism players.
  12. 12. Travel should benefit indigenous communities. Travel should engage visitors.
  13. 13. Maya People Visitors Tourism Pros Other Locals
  14. 14. Are we commercializing culture or culturizing commerce? ¿Estamos comercializando la cultura o culturizando el comercio? @ r o n m a d e r
  15. 15. Tourism needs visitors.
  16. 16. Tourism needs locals.
  17. 17. On December 21, 2012 the Maya calendar concluded Baktún13 and a new Long Count begins. image: @ theilr
  18. 18. The breakthrough we would like is learning more from the Maya themselves.
  19. 19. Instead of performing in shows written about them, Maya people are engaging visitors face-to-face.
  20. 20. Encourage visitors to learn the local lingo.
  21. 21. Mayan Language (from Cancún) Baax ka walik - como estas - how are you? Mish va - bien - good Coish - vamos Coish hana - vamos a comer Jash kik – delicious Dios botik - gracias Vish a caba - Como te llamas? Ha - Agua Tsaten ha - Quiero agua He huo touch – casa Hanal bixan - day of the dead Muk bipollos - tamale cooked underground Tush cabeen - A donde vas? - Where are you going? Tin boy - me voy - I am going kash - pollo – chicken Kek - perro – dog Kehken - cochino - pig planeta.com • 10.2013
  22. 22. No espere a que los extraños para recordarle tu deber, tienes una conciencia y un espíritu para eso. Todo el bien que haces debe venir de tu propia iniciativa.
  23. 23. We encourage Maya friends and friends of the Maya people to use the social web to amplify Maya voices.
  24. 24. ecos.cdi.gob.mx/xepet.html
  25. 25. inah.gob.mx/paseos/Dzibilchaltun/tour.html
  26. 26. soundcloud.com/elchilambalam
  27. 27. flickr.com/photos/48631567@N07
  28. 28. Photo @unescomexico
  29. 29. Ba'ax túun ka beetik bejla' yéetel a kuxtale' ¿Entonces, que haces hoy con tu vida? So then, what are you going to do with your life today? elChilamBalam Photo @ foto10000
  30. 30. planeta.wikispaces.com/maya
  31. 31. slideshare.net/planeta/mayaworld Please Share
  32. 32. @ronmader

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