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Don Nicolas, a Maya priest, holds a cross that lists the ages of his massacred relatives. Location Caba, Communities of Population in Resistance (CPR) of the Sierra, Department of Quiche, Guatemala, 1993.

Two sisters watch as the remains of their mother and four small siblings are exhumed. The sisters, together with their brother, were there that day in August 1982 when their relatives were shot by soldiers, but managed to escape. They spent 14 years…

Daniel holds a photograph of his father, massacred in 1982. Nebaj, Quiché, Guatemala, 2000.

The remains of 121 people are honored in a mass in the main Church. They were exhumed over the course of a year and a half in twenty-two villages of Nebaj. Nebaj, Quiché, Guatemala. Friday, July 27, 2001.

Three days before the burial, a Maya priest prays over the coffins containing the remains of his loved ones. Several of his family members were massacred in 1982. Nebaj, Quiché, Guatemala, 2001.

With a mixture of grief, joy, and relief, villagers prepare to bury the remains of fifteen people in the cemetery of this village of Nebaj, Quiché, Guatemala. Sunday, July 29, 2001.
Quiché, Guatemala, 2000.

Doña Catarina with a photograph of her husband whose remains were being unearthed. He was 50 years old when soldiers shot him in 1982. Nebaj, Quiché, Guatemala, 2000.

Technical photographs taken in the lab of bone fractures and bullet wounds inflicted at the time of death. These remains were exhumed from the grounds of a convent that was occupied by the army, and used as a garrison. The trajectory of the bullet…

Walking through the mountains towards an exhumation site. Nebaj, Quiché, Guatemala, 2000.
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