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Helen Mack

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Chief petitioner in the legal proceedings that seek justice in the assassination of her sister, the anthropologist Myrna Elizabeth Mack Chang, and a member of the Commission for Strengthening Justice in Guatemala and the Center for Justice and International Civil Rights. In 1992, she was awarded the "Right Livelihood Award" for her peace work.

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