Colombian indigenous Embera people, displaced victims of the country’s civil conflict, gather at Bolivar Square after being evicted from their residence due to inability to pay rent, in Bogota, on recently. Victims of the armed conflict and displaced in the city, Colombia’s indigenous people are now threatened by an invisible enemy, the new coronavirus. They can not sell their handicrafts or return to their territories due to the lockdown imposed by the government until April 26.
Colombia’s indigenous people are now threatened by an invisible enemy
- 24 April, 2020 12:00 AM
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