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Where are we Bolivians from?

June 27, 2023, 4:00 AM

June 27, 2023, 4:00 AM

On October 15, 2020 through my social networks, I asked the same question and opened a surprise box, not knowing where it would end and getting more excited every day with the answers. I had started by sharing my own life’s testimony regarding my family’s origins, as a way of inviting similar responses. The post has been enriched with more than 400 life experiences that I invite you to read to enrich this construction of national consciousness. This is what happens in the Bolivia of the Bolivians, product of love!

Because they are public, I share some of the stories:

1. Carlos Hugo Molina: My father was born in Riberalta, my mother in Montero. Of the 9 siblings, the eldest was born in Sucre. We are married, 3 with cruceñ@s, one from Sucre, one Italian, one from Cochabambina, one from Cordoba and two from La Paz. And don’t ask me to tell the story from there down.

2. Marco Antonio del Río: My father was from La Paz, the son of two Spanish-Andalusian immigrants, my mother is from Chuquisaqueña (from Camargo-Nor Cinti). I was born in Oruro, my sister in La Paz. I spent my childhood in the city (I did primary school at the San Antonio de Padua school), and at the age of twelve I arrived in Santa Cruz, where I have lived for 47 years. I married a cruceña, daughter of vallunos, and my four children are cruceños.

3. Adrian Bailey: La Paceño, raised in Santa Cruz; peaceful parents; grandparents from Sucre, Vallegrandinos and Americans. All my pets are cruceñas.

4. Kmi Kas: Cobijeño father of Japanese and Brazilian descent, La Paz mother with Peruvian and Bolivian grandfather. I studied and lived in Brazil. My family lives in Brazil. Married to a man from Potosi in Santa Cruz, my children were born in the beautiful land of Camba. I was left a widow and now married to an American from La Paz, living with my children in San Diego, California. We are Bolivians!!!

5. Hugo Martínez: Father, mother, grandparents, great-grandparents and great-great-grandparents from Tarija. Wife changes, parents change, children change. Me, born in La Paz and 3 of my brothers the same and a sister from Cochabamba. All with the heart roboreseño.

6. Vero Delgadillo: I was born in Santa Cruz, my father from Samaipateño, my mother from Tupiceña. My paternal grandfather told us that they came from Aiquile, my grandmother from Vallegrande, my maternal grandfather from Tarija, and my grandmother from Arenales. I married a man from La Paz whose family is from Potosí. We live in La Paz, one of my daughters was born in Santa Cruz, the other in La Paz. My daughter’s boyfriend is from Beni. And so…

7. Patty Beltrán: Mother Beniana, Father Potosino, I Paceña, 2 children from La Paz, 1 from Santa Cruz, 24 years old in Santa Cruz, Viva mi Bolivia

8. Zulema Alanes: My father is from Corocoro, Pacajes province, my mother is from Orureña, my maternal grandparents are from Cochabamba and my paternal grandparents are also from the provinces of La Paz. And I, La Paz, product of the migration of my parents from two different regions in search of other perspectives.

9. Waldo Xavier Varas Gardeazabal: My father from Tarija, my mother from Potosi. I was born in Potosí, they registered me as a tarijeño, they raised me in Santa Cruz. My wife is Venezuelan and my son is a Caribbean camba through and through.

10. Luis Eduardo Serrate Céspedes: My father was born in Buena Vista and my grandfather Eduardo was also born in Buena Vista and my great-grandfather José was also born in Buena Vista. My paternal grandmother was born in Charagua just like her parents. My mother was born in the city of Santa Cruz, as were my grandparents Isidoro and Rosa, and my maternal great-grandparents Juana, Toribia, and her husbands were also born in this city.

Do you have any doubts about the answer that the question posed deserves?

To know the other testimonials, I invite you to go through:

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