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Summary:The Aymara Indians of Bolivia discuss the everyday and sacred uses of the coca leaf. Explains the Agro-Yungas project launched by the U.S. government to replace the coca crops with coffee, and the reasons the farmers do not want to participate.
Portions spoken in Portuguese with English voiceovers.
Contributor:Robin, Marie-Monique
Arijon, Gonzamo
Barrat, Patrice
Provider:Point du Jour (Firm)
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:not captured
Topical subjects:Coca industry Social aspects Bolivia
Coca Bolivia
Aymara Indians
Indians of South America Bolivia
Credits:Editor, Michele Courbou.
Repository:Nonprint Media Services
Browse terms:Economics, Business, Commerce, Labor
Films@UM Browse terms:Latin American Studies
Collection:Films@UM
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