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“THE 2005 MASSACRE WAS NOT THE END, IT WAS JUST THE BEGINNING”

“We have always said, and we have always been clear about this, that we are still resisting now and that we will keep on resisting and defending our rights. We do not know for how long, because what history tells us is that today we may be here talking together, but tomorrow we could be dead. That today we are in San José de Apartadó, tomorrow most of us might be displaced because there could be a massacre (…)” Continue reading “THE 2005 MASSACRE WAS NOT THE END, IT WAS JUST THE BEGINNING”

Urabá, a contemporary history of violence and territory

Urabá is always thought of as something of a lawless region, marked by endemic violence and fought over by the armed groups in the conflict.[1] Continue reading Urabá, a contemporary history of violence and territory