Disappearance and struggle | 22.02.2017


In 1990, 1.049 skeletons were removed from a clandestine mass grave opened in Perus, in the ouskirts of São Paulo. Samuel Ferreira, Javier Amadeo and Márcia Hattori, from the Perus Task Force (GTP), speak on the attempt to identify missing persons from the dictatorship period, from remains unearthed at the cemetery.

Subtitles in English are available.

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