Unearth Women

A chaotic mixture of colonial arches, crumbling art deco facades and architectural leftovers dating back to the 1980s. Street sellers hawk everything from batteries to freshly squeezed goats milk, while every street corner features a different preacher, clown, painter, artisan or activist. It is a thriving city where people from all corners of the country mix and trade daily, living in one of Latin America’s most unequal countries.

Unearth Women: A Feminist City Guide to Guatemala City