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Loyola Cultural Action Foundation (ACLO) (Acción Cultural Loyola (Spanish)) is a network of radio stations in southeast and southcentral Bolivia founded by the Jesuits in 1966, with headquarters in Sucre. It serves the largely indigenous people of this region and has included literacy in its programming from the start. It is currently involved in advocacy and education for participatory democracy in a plurinational state. It has undertaken direct action programs to strengthen community organizations and community-based media.

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  • Loyola Cultural Action Foundation (ACLO) (Acción Cultural Loyola (Spanish)) is a network of radio stations in southeast and southcentral Bolivia founded by the Jesuits in 1966, with headquarters in Sucre. It serves the largely indigenous people of this region and has included literacy in its programming from the start. It is currently involved in advocacy and education for participatory democracy in a plurinational state. It has undertaken direct action programs to strengthen community organizations and community-based media.
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  • Fernando Alvarado
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  • Loyola Cultural Action Foundation (ACLO) (Acción Cultural Loyola (Spanish)) is a network of radio stations in southeast and southcentral Bolivia founded by the Jesuits in 1966, with headquarters in Sucre. It serves the largely indigenous people of this region and has included literacy in its programming from the start. It is currently involved in advocacy and education for participatory democracy in a plurinational state. It has undertaken direct action programs to strengthen community organizations and community-based media.
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