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Towards Latin American multiculturalism
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Towards Latin American multiculturalism

Proposals like the plurinational state in Evo Morales’ Bolivia and the incorporation of elements of the indigenous world-view like ‘sumac causay‘ (good living) in Latin American political discourse, marks a shift toward political multiculturalism in Latin America.  . Claudio Chipana G. . Multicultural reality is nothing new, it not a […]

Violence against women in Bolivia
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Violence against women in Bolivia

In recent years there have been 442,056 complaints of violence against women registered in this country and less than 20% of these cases go to court.     Francisco Castanon   “I have loved you all my life”. These were the words of a lover standing at the grave of […]

In Bolivia they are made of mud
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In Bolivia they are made of mud

Tomás Quispe was a carpenter in Concepción of Belém (Conception of Bethlehem), a village of mud and straw lost in the monotonous flatness of the Bolivian Altiplano, but in the absence of wood and work he is now the potter of the village where clay is still the essence, materially […]