Luz Almanza, Jaime Peña and Rocio Campos have more in common than living around the same football field, the site of one of Colombia’s most horrific massacres. On 16 May 1998, all three lost a family member. Their organizing in search of the disappeared and defiance of state impunity is what binds them.
Author: Caldwell Manners
Caldwell Manners is a Human Rights Advocate with the Christian Peacemaker Teams and Documentary Photographer based in Colombia. He believes telling stories and deep listening are fundamental to our collective reimagination of what a kinder, just and equitable humanity can collectively build.