“The human rights movement has its own history, one which transcends politics.”
Author, activist and psychoanalyst Ana María Careaga on the ESMA megatrial, the death of Santiago Maldonado and the pontiff previously known as Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
“Today I see that there are things about my life that bring me close to my mother, which allow me to identify with her.”
BY JAYSON MCNAMARA @JAYSONMCNAMARA
BUENOS AIRES TIMES
Survivor of Argentina’s 1976-83 military dictatorship. Daughter of Esther Careaga, one of the three Mothers of Plaza de Mayo who were kidnapped and disappeared in 1977 by a Navy death squad. Psychoanalyst. Author. Former director of the Space for...
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