The family business

Among participants in the protest against a Nevada mining corporation's Guatemala activities this week (see story at right) was a local second-generation protestor.

Kit Miller of Washoe Valley, who lived for a time in Guatemala, was in town for the opening at the University of Nevada, Reno library of her mother's papers, so she joined the protest. Her mother was women's rights leader Maya Miller, who also worked in Guatemala and other South American nations on human rights issues.