Rosa Anaya Perla, pictured last month in front of the National Palace of El Salvador, will receive the Hillary Rodham Clinton Award for Advancing Women, Peace and Security for her work in El Salvador’s prisons. As a child, she attended Lagunitas School while living in the San Geronimo Valley.   Oscar Leiva

Rosa Anaya Perla, a human rights activist who found refuge in the San Geronimo Valley after witnessing her father’s assassination, is receiving the Hillary Clinton Award for Advancing Women in Peace and Security in Washington, D.C. on Friday for her work in El Salvador’s prisons.

When Rosa was 10 years old, her dad, activist . . .

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