Plaintiffs' movement; We remember and demand justice

Mothers of Mayo Square is an association of Argentine mothers whose children disappeared during the military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983. In 1977, fourteen women searching for their missing children gathered in the main square of Buenos Aires every Thursday afternoon. They wore a white scarf with the name and date of their children’s disappearance embroidered on it, and it became a prominent symbol of this petition.

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