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Emaús Burzaco (Buenos Aires), 2004
Collection Description & Creator Information
This collection contains pamphlets, flyers, serials and small monographs pertaining to human rights in Argentina. Most of the materials are about human rights abuses that took place during the 1976-1983 military dictatorship. Long standing issues and organizations that originated in this period include disappeared persons, children of the disappeared, the Mothers (Madres) of the Plaza de Mayo, the Grandmothers (Abuelas) of the Plaza de Mayo, and prosecution of those involved in the kidnappings. Other materials have to do with a broader understanding of human rights that includes issues such as discrimination, police brutality, children's rights, immigrants, consumers, workers, ehtnic minorities, race and women. The majority of the ephemera was published by non-governmental human rights activist groups, with some contributions from universities, religious organizations and Amnesty International.
Access & Use
- Access Restrictions:
JC599.A7 H852 1978q
The Latin American ephemera collections are open for research use.
Originals are stored offsite at the ReCAP facility. Microfilm surrogates can be consulted in Microforms Service, Firestone Library (http://firestone.princeton.edu/microforms/).
- Conditions for Reproduction and Use:
No restrictions. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
- Credit this material:
Emaús Burzaco (Buenos Aires); Human Rights in Argentina, III, LAE028, Latin American Ephemera Collections, Princeton University Library
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