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Dignity dawns. Latin American voices against the power of transnational corporations
For decades it has been affirmed that the arrival of multinationals in Latin America would promote progress and improve the quality of life of the population. This is how Dominga has lived in Bolivia, Gloria in Ecuador, and Norquis in Venezuela. Faced with these impacts, they have organized with their community to defend their rights and to demand other models of development that allow them to have a decent life. These are their stories.