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August 4, 2008

Race and Racism in South America: Quechua Indians

Aymara and Quechua Indians make up the majority of Bolivia's population.

But it was not until two and a half years ago that an Aymara Indian, Evo Morales, was sworn in as the country's president.

Despite that historic event, the nation's indigenous peoples continue to face serious obstacles to equality.

source: Kiki

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