An Exhibition from The Museum Of Memory and Human Rights of Chile
The exhibit is comprised of a selection of 34 photographs and 20 posters chosen from more than a 1,000 pieces donated to the museum. It tells a visual story of an extended period of violation of human rights during the military dictatorship from 1973 to 1990.
It forms the evidence necessary to denounce the Pinochet regime’s brutality and injustice in a period of dictatorship. It is also meant to show the practice of state terrorism: executions, disappearance, imprisonment, torture, exile and censorship which underlies all such periods of dictatorship and repression.
Wednesday: opening from 6 PM to 9 PM
Thursday: visiting time from 12 PM to 9 PM
Friday: visiting time from 12 PM to 9 PM
Sponsors: Embassy of Chile in Canada, General Consulate of Chile in Toronto, Casa Salvador Allende, Movimiento Siglo XXI, Ontario Mapuche Support Group, Hispanic Development Council.
For more info: 416 456 6603
Need to know:
- Doors open at 5:45
- Free admission
- Accessible on demand via portable ramp; washrooms not accessible
- Please avoid using strong-scented products due to sensitivities
Tasty refreshments (non-alcoholic) with Zatoun oliveoil+za’atar dipping.
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