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Portfolio Two

Refugees Even After Death
A Quest for Truth. Justice and Reconciliation

The photographs in this exhibit were taken between May 2000 and July 2001. For six of those
fourteen months I was the staff photographer for the Forensic Anthropology team of the Office of
Peace and Reconciliation of the Quiché Catholic Diocese in Guatemala. more


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Mayan ceremony
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Uncovering the
first remains

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Daniel holds a
photograph

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Father, mother
and wife

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Graveside Maya
Ceremony

   
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Inspecting a belt
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Cross in a grave
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Villagers look on
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Graveside prayer
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Carrying remains
   
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Maria tends to
remains

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Walking through
the mountains

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Watching the past
uncovered

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One shot, the
other hung

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Forest graves
   
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Clearing brush
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Mourning and
remembering

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Remains of an
old woman

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Heading home
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Carrying crosses
   
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Maya priest prays
over coffins

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Returning remains
for re-burial

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People pray over
remains

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Proper burial
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Healing and closure
   
             

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