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Radio Latacunga: Quichua Indian Broadcasting in Ecuador

Quichua-speaking Indians, the majority population in the predominantly rural, highland Ecuadorian province of Cotopaxi, are among the nation's most socially disadvantaged and economically depressed citizens. But over the last 30 years, indigenous movements, with the support of nongovernmental and religious organizations, have strengthened community structures that have helped the Indians resist repressive practices and institutions.

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