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Residents in the Mexican hometown of Roma actress Yalitza Aparicio are ecstatic that she was nominated for an Oscar. They're talking openly about the discrimination indigenous people face in Mexico.

‘Roma’ Actress Brings Attention To Indigenous Roots In Hometown

By Carrie Kahn NPR
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