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Tear gas and buckshot pellets are regularly aimed at protesters by Chilean police. As a result, more than 400 people have suffered eye injuries during the five months of unrest. And now, the entire movement is in jeopardy, as people are forced to move indoors during the coronavirus pandemic.
In this episode:
We hear from two journalists about the unprecedented way Chileans are continuing the fight away from the streets. Nicole Kramm (@nicole_kramm), a Chilean documentary filmmaker, and Charis McGowan (@charis_mcgowan), a freelance journalist in Santiago, Chile.
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