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Bolivia: 132 years later feels like yesterday for a nation grieving a war lost and a seaport taken

By Angie Washington Latina Lista COCHABAMBA, BOLIVIA — How heavy is a grudge? The burden of loss passed down through generations weighs heavy on loyal hearts. At Bolivia’s birth as a nation, the people enjoyed a coast line. Trouble arose some 54 years later when that shore was lost during the War of the Pacific

NYC high school students create winning video about appreciating diversity

LatinaLista — It’s often heard these days that there is too much hate speech in the country; too much intolerance. Unfortunately, most of the young people in this nation are on the frontline of this unrest. Public schools are one of the few places where people of different religions, ethnicities, races, disabilities and sexual orientations