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VEO VEO : "Descubríamos otra vez que la espera de Santa era más emocionante que cualquier cosa que nos dejara"

A demonstration against Argentina’s military junta in 1979. Women from Mothers of the Plaza hold up banners. The one that is clearly visible in the photograph has pictures of some of the "disappeared."

#100days100women Day 47: Azucena Villaflor Villaflor co-founded the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo in Argentina after her son and daughter-in-law were disappeared during the military dictatorship in the late 1970s. She and the other Mothers defied the...

De izquierda a derecha: Akukiol (esposa de Halimink y "primera dama" del Hain de 1923); Kauxia (esposa de Temenesk); Semitaren (madre de cinco niños); Warkion y Aluxan (o Akulan). Todas las mujeres, con excepción de la última, fallecieron de sarampión en las epidemias de 1924 y 1929-30.