Published on Jan 16, 2016Drugs, corruption and violence often mar any news coming from Latin America.
no one can deny there is a huge problem with inequality and violence,
the region is also home to a diverse mix of sophisticated cultures,
progressive social change, hundreds of languages, and more than a dozen
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