Granito: Discovering the Disappeared

In this short video companion to 'Granito: How to Nail a Dictator,' a forensic archivist and a forensic anthropologist explain the steps that led them to uncovering the stories of those disappeared during the Guatemalan genocide.

Granito: Discovering the Disappeared

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    StoryCorps Shorts: Heart to Heart

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    In 1972, Sarah Churchill gave birth to her third child, Yomi. After she was born, doctors told her the baby had a rare genetic disorder that causes bones to break under the slightest pressure. At StoryCorps, Yomi asked her mom to tell her about the night she was born.

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    StoryCorps Shorts: Then and Now

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    Sisters Janaki Symon and Melissa Wilbur grew up in New York and settled across the country from each other as adults. The StoryCorps MobileBooth was in town when Melissa was visiting her sister, and Janaki invited her to sit down and talk about their relationship.

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    As a blind, undocumented immigrant, Pedro faces obstacles to obtain his college degree, become a social worker, and support his family. Uncertainty looms over him even after he graduates. Through experimental cinematography and sound, unseen reimagines the accessibility of cinema, while exploring the intersections of immigration, disability, and mental health.

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