In Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ana Robledo fastens a crocheted version of a white handkerchief, the symbol of Madres de Plaza de Mayo, to a fence at the Plaza de Mayo, the city’s main public square. The words “nunca más” mean “never again.” Madres de Plaza de Mayo was formed by mothers of “los desaparecidos,” people who disappeared during the regime of President Jorge Rafael Videla, who ruled from 1976 to 1981. Many people in Argentina rallied to recognize the anniversary of the March 24, 1976, coup d’état that brought Videla to power.
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Photo by Lucila Pellettieri