Photographs A boy wearing a T-shirt that says “Let’s save Elián.” Havana, 2000 Young Cuba (1993-2017) Reynalda Andagua Gonzales talks about her son, Martín Roca Casas, who disappeared in 1993. In the mirror you can see the reflection of Javier Roca, Martín’s father, next to an altar dedicated to the memory of his son. Javier tells us: “He was kidnapped, tortured, murdered and incinerated during the government of Alberto Fujimori”. Lima, 2009 Peru - The Past is Present (2008-2016) Domingo poses with his radio, one of his families’ only non-essential possessions, and virtually their only link to the outside world. One night in 1980, soldiers came to his house and dragged away his older brother and sister. They were never seen again. Communities of Population in Resistance of the Sierra, Quiché, 1993 Guatemala - Our Culture Is Our Resistance (1993-2001) Juana Crisante de Méndez holds the military service ID that belonged to her husband, Fortunato Méndez Huamancusi. Fortunato was detained and then disappeared from the Canaria military base near Hualla in 1984. Hualla, Ayacucho Region, 2009 Guatemala - Refugees Even After Death (2000-2001) Sierra Panimaquín # 10. Totonicapán, 1996 Guatemala - Land, etc. (1993-2000) Boston, 1986 In Transit (1986-2018) Esteli, Nicaragua, 1991 Americas (1989-2018) West Tisbury, Massachusetts, 1985 Stillness (1985-1989) Josie’s bureau, Roanoke, 1990 Family (1987-1990) Please take a look at Jonathan Moller’s books, and consider purchasing them through this website to support truth, justice, peace and progress. All images and texts copyright © Jonathan Moller. All rights reserved.