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Drastic Discrimination Against Indigenous And African-Descended Children In Latin America

By Geraldine Cook
April 22, 2009

Children belonging to the largest minorities in Latin America, aboriginal and of African ancestry, are the main victims of racial discrimination, with an average of five to seven fewer years of schooling than the overall population, and exceptionally high levels of poverty and chronic malnutrition.

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