Create a table of the changing demographics for your two countries of the percentages of the population identifying as Indigenous, Afro-descended peoples, or other minorities (from the World Bank reports, and/or Minority Rights site), over the last 2-3 decades. Include datapoints for every 10 years or so. Add a few more rows to your table, to include the changing % of female-identifying/ed (“women”) legislators in the Congress over the last 20 years (see the Inter-Parliamentary Union site for these data). Include 3-4 datapoints, particularly of the years when the numbers varied significantly. In general, women’s representation has risen across the region owed to male/female gender quotas being legislated and implemented. Do your 2 countries have them? If so, when did they start implementing them? Are the quotas working to increase women’s representation? Identify two primary issues of inequality and/or social injustice for people of color, women, and/or LGBTQ-identifying people in your two countries, as reflected by the demands being made by social movements and civil society organizations over the last decade? Why do you think the issues are similar or different for your two countries? What factors explain this? (Cite your sources!).