After Horacio Moreno observed a dialogue I facilitated with his students at a public high school in Buenos Aires, he helped me place what had just happened in a context I hadn’t fully realized was there. “I’m going to use some of the tools you used in the dialogue,” Horacio said. “They may seem very [...]
About Emma Sokoloff-RubinEmma Sokoloff-Rubin spent the past year in Argentina and Brazil as a Yale Howland Research Fellow. She co-authored Sustaining Activism, a book about a women's movement in Brazil, and currently reports for GothamSchools in NYC.
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Argentines are careful with the word disappeared. It is rarely used for car keys or scraps of paper, the ordinary objects that get lost and found each day. Here, memories of people taken from subway stops, apartment buildings, cafes, buses, office buildings, sidewalks, and schools echo in the word. Los desaparecidos, the disappeared, refers to [...]
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