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Trailblazing Leaders on How to Make Latin American Politics More Inclusive

March 28, 2017

What do a Zapotec woman from Mexico, an Afro-descendant advocate from Uruguay, and a gay rights activist from Chile have in common? Quite a lot, it turns out.

On March 27, Mexico’s Eufrosina Cruz Mendoza, Uruguay’s Edgardo Ortuño, and Chile’s Jaime Parada Hoyl – three Latin American politicians who have broken glass ceilings in their respective countries – were in New York for the launch of a new Americas Society report titled “A Seat at The Table: Five Steps to Making...

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