Documentary photographer Delphine Blast speaks with the LMC about the rise and acceptance of Bolivian Cholita fashion. After generations of being marginalized and denied access to public services, the indigenous women of Bolivia are using the Cholita aesthetic as a symbol of femininity,elegance and dignity. When fashion and social justice collide. learn more @ delphineblast.com
Does Bolivia’s current drought crisis and lack of accessible water setting the stage for a repeat of the 2000 Water War? Nasya Razavi tells us the latest on the new struggle for the right to water in Bolivia.
OUR BIGGEST SHOW EVER!!! The lovely Carla Ortiz discusses her amazing new film, “Olvidados.” She produced, wrote, and starred in this frightening but true story of how the US-supported Operation Condor tortured, disappeared, murdered, and destroyed numerous lives in South America. It’s a human exploration into how foreign policy can deviate into unhumane atrocities.