Indigenous Colombians launch national strike against state violence

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Published on 22 Oct 2020, 0:31
Thousands are taking to the streets in Colombia’s capital city of Bogota for a meeting with President Ivan Duque to discuss government policies they say are crucial for their survival. This massive group includes anti-government protesters, teachers, unions and indigenous groups. Protesters say their survival is being threatened by COVID-19, police violence and drug cartels and they want their government to do more. RT America’s Rachel Blevins has the details. Then Blandine Juchs, spokesperson for the International People’s Congress, gives us a deeper dive into the situation.

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