If you are in need of inspiration, learn about the courage of a Guatemalan community in action as they re-imagine solutions to rural poverty by reframing the role of women in their economy. To read the story check out Newest American Series Issue #4 or see the video below. The women of Cajola came together to form the Maya Mam Weavers Women’s Cooperative. In addition to work on the ground, such as setting up a local business selling farm fresh eggs, they also create handwoven fair trade textiles for men, women, and home.