Source: The unspoken racism behind Peru’s protests · Global Voices
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2 thoughts on “The unspoken racism behind Peru’s protests · Global Voices”
And here I thought it was different in Peru, I am so naive sometimes.
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I’ve found some form of racism/colorism/elitism, sadly, in every country I have visited
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