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The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous Movements and the Decolonization of History in Bolivia
A story of how Indigenous activists took history out of the dry textbooks, the condescending political speeches, the ivory tower, and put it to use in the street, where it was made to be something alive and popular, for political uses, for indigenous liberation
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Remember 2003? Bolivian UN Ambassador Blasts US for Another Illegal Attack
'The United States has not only unilaterally attacked,' said Sacha Llorenti, 'the United States has become that investigator, has become the prosecutor, has become the judge, has become the jury.'
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Venezuela's Maduro Accuses US of "Imperialist Attack" Against Latin American Leftists
Recent turmoil faced by progressive governments in Brazil, Bolivia, and Venezuela point to "an imperialist attack against all," Maduro says
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Bolivia Builds Anti-Imperialist School to Counter US Hegemony
'If the empire teaches domination of the world from its military schools, we will learn from this school to free ourselves from imperial oppression,' says Bolivian President Evo Morales
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"We Are Not Anyone's Colony": Bolivia's Morales Tells US to Stay Out of Latin American Affairs
'John Kerry continues to believe that Latin America is its backyard—and its people their peons'
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Evo Morales: Latin America Must Fight US Coups with 'Democratic Revolution'
Bolivian president urges left-wing leaders to prevent new era of 'subservient governments'
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'Capitalism is Mother Earth's Cancer': World People's Summit Issues 12 Demands
The establishment of an independent climate tribunal to hold wealthy nations accountable emerged as a central goal of conference in Bolivia
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In 'Victory for Anti-Imperialists,' Evo Morales Wins Third Term
'Nationalization won with more than 60 percent,' the Socialist leader told the thousands who gathered outside the presidential palace
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Why Evo Morales Will Likely Win Upcoming Elections in Bolivia
Buses charged through downtown La Paz, Bolivia, honking horns and belching exhaust, as street vendors hawked ice cream and cell phones. I walked past corner stores selling mining equipment, and climbed the steps to the central offices of the Bartolina Sisa indigenous and women farmers’ organization...
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Mercosur Countries Recall European Ambassadors Over Morales Plane Blockade
Block announces it will be "inflexible" in the face of the aggression faced by Morales
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