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Guatemala: Photo Essay on the ‘March for Remembrance’

“In Guatemala, June 30th is officially observed as Armed Forces Day. But since 2008, the military parade has ceased to march through the streets of the historical center in Guatemala City. Instead, the March for Remembrance has taken over Zone 1 for the fourth consecutive year to celebrate what many believe should more appropriately be deemed Heroes and Martyrs Day.” In MiMundo.org photojournalist James Rodríguez shares a photo essay of the march.

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