It began with an exhibition that is at the Aljube Museum until April 28 – “Tarrafal Nunca Mais!”. It was also about the 41 years of the return of the remains of the Portuguese dead in Tarrafal. And especially regarding the acknowledgment that we owe to ourselves as citizens of a country where there was a regime that built the “slow death camp” to annihilate its political opponents.
In a continuous session, with a final debate that reunited the directors and the historian Irene Pimentel.
Photos: © Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom