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Bolivia's blacks fight for their rights

For decades, Bolivia's majority indigenous population was ignored and left in poverty. That began to change with the election seven years ago of Evo Morales, the country's first indigenous president. Today, it's Bolivia's blacks who feel marginalised. A small minority, they say they are victims of racism and are fighting for their rights. Duration: 02:15

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