Members of the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo carry a banner displaying portraits of their relatives disappeared by Argentina's military junta of 1976-1983.
Mothers, grandmothers, and other relatives began these marches during the dictatorship, gathering each Thursday at the Plaza de Mayo to demand accountability and justice for their missing loved ones. Their movement adopted the name of the square.
This photo was taken in 1999, 22 years after they had commenced their rallies. They continue marching to this day.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
July 1999 ▪ Pentax MZ-M