Every November 2nd, Salvadorans celebrate Day of the Dead, where they go to cemeteries to clean, paint and put flowers on the graves of their loved ones. Though for many Salvadorans, their is no grave to visit, as their loved ones were disappeared or murdered during the civil war, their bodies dumped in clandestine graveyards or never found.
For that reason, Human Rights organizations in El Salvador hold a ceremony at the Memorial Wall in Parque Cuscatlan. SHARE Delegates will remember the Memorial Wall as huge monument with 30,000 names of those killed in the Civil War.
The Diario CoLatina published this photo of family members paying tribute to their loved ones at the Memorial Wall this past Tuesday.