Guatemala, Life After Genocide - PhMuseum

Guatemala, Life After Genocide

James Rodriguez

2009 - Ongoing

Guatemala

The Guatemala civil war (1960-1996) left over 250,000 civilian victims. Thousands were forcibly disappeared. Thanks to exhumations and DNA analysis, the war victims are finally being identified and properly buried. This process is the beginning of an extraordinary healing process for thousands.

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  • Xecoyeu, Chajul, 2016.

  • Xolosinay, Cotzal, 2014.

  • Nebaj, 2017.

  • Cahabon, 2014.

  • Parajbey, 2015.

  • Forensics Lab. Guatemala City, 2015.

  • Forensics Lab. Guatemala City, 2015.

  • Acul, Nebaj, 2017.

  • Acul, Nebaj, 2017.

  • Pacux, Rabinal, 2016.

  • Estrella Polar, Chajul, 2014.

  • Rio Negro, Rabinal, 2012.

  • CREOMPAZ military base, Coban, 2012.

  • Pacux, Rabinal, 2016.

  • Rio Negro, Rabinal, 2009.

  • Estrella Polar, Chajul, 2014.

  • Nebaj, 2017.

  • Pacux, Rabinal, 2015.

  • Pambach, 2013.

  • Forensics Lab, Guatemala City, 2015.


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