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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 10
Replying to @LizzieVisitante
My hope is that Indigenous people all over the world particularly Indigenous youth pay attention to what is happening in because it shows settler colonial governments will not save us even if we reach high positions of power 3/3
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 10
What ultimately bothers me is that as Indigenous people we aren't allowed contradictions. There were plenty of QTBIPOC that voted against Evo Morales in but because he is Aymara there was so much onus on him to not fuck up. 1/3
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 10
They are currently burning the wiphala flags. The flag had nothing to do with MAS and Evo Morales. That flag represents my Indigenous communities and the blatant removal of them is bringing me to tears.
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Cochabamba En Alerta Nov 5
October 29th, 2019 Horde of government-like people beat, kick, and steal a person who rode his motorcycle as a taxi.
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Regina Morales Nov 9
Vice minister of tourism resigned yesterday. Very likely the tip of the iceberg and we will see more to come...
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Carwil Bjork-James Nov 9
Many Bolivian police have mutinied in solidarity w/ election fraud protests. This is a significant, but dangerous, point of inflection in the crisis.
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Rossemarie Caballero Nov 6
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Alaia Nov 8
The minister of defense of states that the use of dynamite by supporters is allowed eventhough is ILLEGAL
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Dani 1825 Nov 9
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 10
Evo Morales has left Bolivia. Everything about the political situation was complicated&his government was full of contradictions.The protests have shown that immense racism, homophobia, transphobia, misogyny still exists in Bolivia. 1/2
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 5
The rise of anti-indigenous, misogyny&homophobia in due the elections has been so depressing. Prominent QTBIPOC I respect have said "no matter what happens we will continue to organize" and honestly that alone gives me hope for the future.
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 14
Day 2 of the conference of Indigenous womxn talking about what is happening in
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 12
"The fight for Indigenous people did not start with Evo Morales and it will not end with him." - Yola Mamani. Please check out this panel by Indigenous womxn talking about what happened in
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 10
I cried way too much today. Evo Morales government was full of contradictions, he should never have ran again, but these protests made it clear anti-indigenous, homophobia, transphobia and misogyny is still prevalent in
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 11
Movimiento MaricasBolivia recently posted on FB a discussion on "what is democracy?" and how sadly it's never inclusive of QTBIPOC in it's a good read check it out.
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guillo_guillo87 Nov 10
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 10
After they took down the wiphala flag, they replaced it with the Bolivian flag&put a bible on top of it at the Palace Murillo. The disdain for Indigenous people is loud&clear.
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 13
I know I said I will take a break, but it's hard. Jeanine Añez was a panelist for a conference in Panama that was "pro-life" and supports the nuclear family. The lives of QTBIPOC are in danger and I feel so helpless.
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quellawarmi Nov 11
She claims to be acting in the name of civil disobedience to define her "rights". Since when does civil disobedience come from learning it at an Ivy? Is that what MLK did?
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ThatNerdyBoliviane Nov 13
My heart hurts and I am so angry. Jeanine has the support of religious conservatives and is using the bible as a big symbol that "christ" has returned to the palace Murillo in
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