The Maya Heritage Community Project engages with Maya organizations and people of Maya heritage in the United States and inside the Maya homelands of Central America and Mexico.  Students and faculty across the campus have participated in the Maya Project since 2003, in such fields as health, political science, business, international policy, immigration policy, education, anthropology, history, and community engagement.  Metro Atlanta partners for various programs have included the Latin American Association, the Guatemalan Consulate, the Governor's Office of Highway Safety, and the Latino Community Fund Georgia.  Nationally the project has long been a partner of the Pastoral Maya,  affiliated with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.  Currently the Maya Project assists with Census and Covid-19 information,  and manages the international journal:  Maya America: Journal of Essays, Commentary, and Analysis     

      For an overview of Maya in the United States:  Maya in the United States

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