I want Worldview to stay on the air because it provides an opportunity for Chicagoans to share their global projects with the larger community.
I, together with another Chicagoan, Allison Havens, have been involved with a book project that works to support Maya communities in Guatemala in their efforts to preserve Maya culture through the revitalization of their indigenous languages. Allison and I appeared on Worldview to share our efforts to distribute a children’s book “El Bosque de Don Margarito” (The Forest of Don Margarito), a bilingual book in Spanish and K’iche.
The Worldview listeners have supported our project, enabling us to print additional books. Keep this program that strengthens Chicagoans links to people around the globe.Dr. Andy Carter, WBEZ Member
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Roosevelt University