Racism and the Coup in Bolivia

Arturo Dominguez
6 min readNov 18, 2019

The coup in Bolivia is largely driven by racism and classism hidden behind Christian theocracy.

Bolivian Protests courtesy of Paulo Fabre via Creative Commons/Wikimedia

Despite Bolivian president Evo Morales being constrained to resign on November 10, corporate media continues to suggest he did so voluntarily. Morales, his vice president Álvaro García, and many others were forced to step down under threat of brutality against them, members of the cabinet, congressional…

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Arturo Dominguez

Journalist covering Congress, Racial Justice, Human Rights, Cuba, Texas | Editor: The Antagonist Magazine |