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UPDATED JULY 9, 2012: Marchers who walked for two months to reach Bolivian President Evo Morales' doorstep in protest of a road that would cut through the National Park and Indigen...
Indigenous Delay March as Police Strike Grips Bolivia
Update June 27, 2012: More than 1,000 indigenous marchers entered the Bolivian city of La Paz today, after a police strike that delayed the march ended early in the morning...
Indigenous v. Indigenous; Bolivia’s Government Is Pitting One Community Against Another
With a second cross-country protest march by indigenous rainforest dwellers and their allies advancing on La Paz, it was clear that Bolivia’s Indigenous Peoples are divided on Pres...
Second TIPNIS March as Important as First, Despite Lack of Attention
A once close relationship between Bolivia's Aymara Indian President Evo Morales and some indigenous groups that backed his rise to the presidency is now damaged...
Bolivia’s Economy Grows, but Challenges Still Persist
Evo Morales promised a new economic policy based on indigenous principles and an aggressive redistribution of natural resource wealth to benefit all Bolivians when he became the co...
Indigenous, Together at the Sixth Summit of the Americas
Maria Clara Valencia
Presidents of 30 countries who met in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia for the Sixth Summit of the Americas from April 14 – 15, including president Barack Obama, could not agree on fu...
In Bolivia, Many Indigenous Communities Turn to Vigilantism to Fight Crime
If a man kills another man in the harsh high plains of Jesús de Machaca or the lush lowlands of Beni, the people who catch him might not call the police...
Bolivian Indigenous Caucus Challenges Government on Divisive Road Project
Indigenous members of the Bolivian Congress recently made waves when they formed a caucus to resist government plans to build a road through the National Park and Indigenous Territ...
2011’s Memorable Moments From the World
Indigenous issues were constantly bubbling over around the world, whether it was Bolivia’s fight over coca rights or the struggle to keep the Belo Monte dam from happening in Brazi...
Tensions Between Bolivian Government and Indigenous Groups Deepen
Breaks between the Bolivian government and some indigenous organizations that once threw their support behind President Evo Morales, the country’s first indigenous President, are d...
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