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Chile changing: transgender student leader lends voice to renewed protests

Reuters Thursday, 5 March 2020
As the long southern hemisphere summer holiday draws to an end this month, students in Chile are returning to college - but not always to classes. Many are getting ready to head out into the streets and breathe new life into the protests that rocked the country last year.
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