'How can they ask us to forget and turn the page, when the consequences for entire families and generations have been so terrible?'
-- Ana González (left), 84, speaking about her decades-long "tireless advocacy for answers about the estimated 3,000 people who were killed or disappeared under the Pinochet dictatorship from 1973 to 1990." Profiled in a superb New York Times piece entitled "A Serene Advocate for Chile’s Disappeared," González lost her husband, 2 sons, and daughter-in-law when they disappeared in 1976. To this day she does not know what happened to them. (photo credit)