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Bearing witness

Bearing witness

In 1984, after the fall of the Argentinean junta, anthropologist Clyde Snow recruited a group of Argentinean university students who lacked training in forensics, but were eager to learn. Together, they excavated hundreds of clandestine mass graves. This painstaking work led to the formation of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF in the Spanish acronym), a nongovernmental organization dedicated to using forensic science to investigate human rights abuses.

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Video Icon Bearing Witness: Origins of EAAF

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Video Icon Bearing Witness: Bones as Witness

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Video Icon Bearing Witness: Grave Methods

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Video Icon Bearing Witness: Making Visible

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Video Icon Bearing Witness: Public Proof

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Video Icon Bearing Witness: El Mozote

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Video Icon Bearing Witness: Going Global

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