Guatemala’s hand-woven textiles are world famous and a symbol of their cultural identity.
But as their products become popular with designers mass marketing them to the public, could that symbolic meaning be lost?
CGTN’s Harris Whitbeck reports on some indigenous weavers who have launched a legal case to copyright their creations.
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