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“I have put all my other work aside because this series on memory has become like a mission,” he said. “One of the things I am trying to do is to visualize the Guatemalan genocide because it is not well known in the world. In some ways, it has been hidden. Why? It was the worst in the Americas.”
The Guatemalan photographer Daniel Hernandez-Salazar has devoted himself to documenting not just the violence that has wracked his country, but reminding his countrymen of the need to find justice.
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