Indigenous Bolivians fear renewed racism after Morales removed

Attitudes towards indigenous have begun to change after Evo Morales, who became Bolivia's first indigenous president nearly fourteen years ago, was deposed.

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    Evo Morales became Bolivia's first indigenous president nearly fourteen years ago.

    After his time in office, thousands who felt left behind for centuries found a new era of respect for their traditions and identity.

    But recently, those attitudes have started to change.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Achocalla, Bolivia.


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