Quipu Calls for Justice
Gender Studies • 21m
Esperanza and Teodula are calling for justice in rural Peru, they are part of 300,000 people sterilised without consent more than 18 years ago. The Quipu Project is their phone line that allows the affected across the country to share their shocking testimonies and ensure those responsible are punished.
Directors: Maria Ignacia Court & Rosemarie Lerner
Producers: Sandra Tabares-Duque, Rosemarie Lerner, Maria I Court
2017 | 21 mins | Peru
Languages: Spanish, Quechua
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