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Preceding the American edition of his Massacres in the Jungle, Guatemalan priest and anthropologist Richard Falla speaks about the Guatemalan army’s atrocities against the nation’s highland peasantry, which the country’s rulers consider a breeding ground for revolution. Targeted as a “guerrilla leader” by the government, Falla has nonetheless managed to gather survivor testimony within Guatemala, although he moved to Honduras in 1992 after the army discovered his identity. At 7 p.m. at Georgetown University’s Copley Hall, 37th & O Sts. NW. FREE. (202) 223-6474. (Mark Jenkins)