Part 2: Unfinished Sentences: A Collaboration to Preserve the Historical Memory of El Salvador’s Civil War

This is the second of three installments about the Unfinished Sentences Archive. In the previous installment, we learned about the historical context of the armed conflict in El Salvador, the community of Arcatao, Chalatenango, the emergence of the Historical Memory Committee of Arcatao, and their work to preserve the historical memory of their community and country as part of a broader struggle for truth and justice.

In this installment, we will hear about the different groups that came together to create the archive.

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Reportback: June 14th PSN: How Can Oral History Support Restorative Justice?

On June 14th, 2018 Groundswell: Oral History for Social Change hosted a Practitioner Support Network session with oral historian Alisa del Tufo and theater professor at Concordia University, Luis C. Sotelo Castro on how oral history supports restorative justice work.

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