This video is called Rigoberta Menchu Live at The Human Forum Part 1.
Part 2 is here.
From the Guardian in Britain:
Hotel mistakes Nobel laureate for bag lady
Rory Carroll, Latin America correspondent
She was wearing a Mayan dress, the traditional attire of indigenous people in central America, and the hotel’s response was also traditional: throw her out.
Staff at Cancun’s five-star Hotel Coral Beach appear to have assumed this was another street vendor or beggar, so without asking questions they ordered her to leave. Except the woman was Rigoberta Menchú, the Nobel peace prizewinner, Unesco goodwill ambassador, Guatemalan presidential candidate and figurehead for indigenous rights.
The attempted eviction, an example of discrimination against indigenous people common in central and south America, backfired when other guests recognised Ms Menchú and interceded on her behalf.
Miguel Angel Asturias was born on October 19, 1899 in Guatemala City. He became a poet and novelist, who would become well-known for El Senor Presidente (1946). See here.
Revealed: how multinational [banana] companies avoid the taxman: here.
Guatemala calls state of public calamity over famine fears: here.
Photo essay: Guatemalan Indigenous communities resist violent eviction by Canadian mining company: here.