"Libro sobre el trabajo del colectivo maya kaqchikel "Kaqjay Moloj", la arqueología comunitaria, y la memoria del genocidio guatemalteco"
Kaqjay (2006-////) by Kaqjay Moloj collective (Patzicía, Guatemala), the Comunidad Kaqchikel de Investigaciones(Patzicía, Guatemala), in collaboration with artists Beatriz Cortez (El Salvador); Carla Lamoyi (Argentina) and Antonio Medina (Mexico): FIEBRE Ediciones; and Douglas Carranza Mena (El Salvador), Department Chair of Central American Studies at California State University, Northridge.
Kaqjay Moloj is a Kaqchikel community organization formed in 2006 as an initiative by professionals, students, farmers, youth, women and men from the Municipality of Patzicía in Guatemala. Their purpose is to establish spaces for the construction of the memory and history of the Kaqchikel and Maya communities. Their work has included photographic exhibitions, interventions in public space related to art and memory, and the reconstruction of the municipal archive in Patzicía.