BRUNO BARONNET is an associate member of LAIOS/IIAC (CNRS-EHESS) holds a PhD in Social Sciences from El Colegio de México and University of Paris 3. A Research Professor in the Institute for Educational Research, University of Veracruz, he is a member of the National System of Researchers of CONACYT (level II) and coordinator of the group « Education, Interculturality and Racism » in the Research Network on Identity, Racism and Xenophobia in Latin America (Red Integra-UNAM), in CONACYT. He coordinates the Research Network Peuples Autochtones (http://reseaupeuplesautochtones.org/) within the Association Française d’Ethnologie et d’Anthropologie (AFEA). He is a member of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), section Ethnicity, Race and Indigenous Peoples (ERIP). His present research focuses on learning and curricular justice in community- based education programs and strategies of indigenous people’s experiences in Latin America.