a diploma in indigeneity, venezuela

24Oct11

Once in class, students receive lessons in indigenous rights, language and mythology and in the afternoons they get the chance to put practical skills to the test, herding buffalo and tending vegetable plots.

The Indigenous University is far removed from its counterparts in Venezuela’s cities. But that is because it has been constructed by and for indigenous communities.

Sarah Grainger, for BBC News



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