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Evo Morales Begins Historic Third Term as President of Bolivia
Clad in a brown tunic and crimson hat adorned with gold, Evo Morales emerged from a stone door in the ancient city of Tiwanaku on January 21 to address the waiting crowd and begin ...
‘Scars of Deception’ Tells the Story of Forced Sterilization of Indigenous Women in Peru
The forced sterilization of 300,000 mostly indigenous women in Peru and the reparations still owed them are the subjects of a recently released documentary, “Scars of Deception”, t...
Exploited Labor: Indigenous Children’s Need to Work Despite Risks
In Bolivia, 12-year old boys toil deep underground in the suffocating heat of dangerous silver mines...
Peruvian Cash Transfer Program Aids Indigenous Communities
A government incentive program that targets some of Peru’s economically poorest areas is helping to keep indigenous children in school, a new study has found...
Where Have All the Indigenous Gone? Bolivia Sees 20 Percent Drop
The results of Bolivia's most recent census are raising questions due to a dramatic fall in the percentage of Bolivians who self-identify as part of an indigenous group...
Drawing the Dispossessed: Bolivian Artist Rosmery Mamani Ventura
A young boy sleeping on the street, an old woman begging for money-these are the people who draw Bolivian artist Rosmery Mamani Ventura's eye...
Peruvian Official Resigns Following Indigenous Consultation Disputes
A top Peruvian government official responsible for intercultural affairs has resigned because of disputes in the government over prior consultation of indigenous communities...
New Bolivian Ambassador to Ecuador Is Indigenous Woman Leader
For the first time in history the new Bolivian Ambassador to Ecuador is an indigenous woman, Rusena Maribel Santamaria Mamani, a former leader of a women’s agricultural union...
Indigenous Woman Attorney is Bolivia’s First President of its New Magistrates Council
Bolivia’s new president of the Magistrates' Council, the judicial body that provides administrative and disciplinary supervision of the judges and magistrates in the country, is in...
Aymara Indians Put Protests on Hold but Remain Defiant
Last weekend, Puno, Peru, was rocked when more than ten thousand activists, largely Aymara Indians, blocked roads and sacked government buildings in protest of a silver mine planne...
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