Bolivia: Traveling Through the Chaos

“The power is in the streets, the law is carried out with blockades, the state has almost lost authority, people do what they want and there is no order. Worse, there are a lot of racism, much resentment from the indigenous to the ‘white’ man…”: Maria Eugenia Robles [es], a Bolivian student from the University of Mississippi, blogs about her exodus traveling through the Peru-Bolivian border and shares her frustration about difficult situations she frequently experiences in Bolivia.

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