Bolivia’s Anti-Indigenous Backlash Is Growing

 Jacquelyn Kovarik The ouster of President Evo Morales has reignited the country’s long-standing racism against its indigenous peoples. The post Bolivia’s Anti-Indigenous Backlash Is Growing (...)

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 Jacquelyn Kovarik The ouster of President Evo Morales has reignited the country’s long-standing racism against its indigenous peoples. The post Bolivia’s Anti-Indigenous Backlash Is Growing (...)

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