The young women skateboard while wearing polleras, colorful, layered skirts worn by their country's indigenous Aymara and Quechua women. They want to show girls and women it's OK to be themselves.
Luis Arce, a candidate handpicked by former President Evo Morales, is expected to be confirmed as the winner in the country's most important presidential election in a generation.
"Many of us know the risk [voting] entails because of the pandemic," a protester says, "but we want to hold elections." The vote, postponed twice due to the virus, is now set to take place on Oct. 18.
El Salvador's troops deployed in congress. Bolivia's army advised the president to step down. Brazil's leader surrounds himself with top brass. The armed forces have made a comeback across the region.
He was a giant of the last half-century in the South American country. But even if he tries to run again in the future, he'll never be the titan he once was, writes Bolivian journalist Raúl Peñaranda.
After a controversial reelection in October, the Bolivian leader has sought asylum in Mexico. But despite the turmoil, there is another perspective on the nearly 14 years he held office.
Ex-President Evo Morales continues to influence politics from exile in Mexico City as the interim president moves toward new elections. The death toll has risen to 30 in the post-election violence.
Days after his resignation, the former Bolivian leader condemned Jeanine Áñez, who has stepped into the country's power vacuum. Áñez has promised new elections after last month's controversial vote.