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Tocaña = Afro-Bolivian ?
'Tocaña' is different name for 'Afro-Bolivian', like 'Inuit' is different name for 'Eskimo'? Or Tocaña is just a village name? I'm glad if there is some explanation about Tocaña. Thank you. --Was a bee (talk) 08:45, 19 January 2017 (UTC)