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To witness this scope and magnitude of forgiveness in the wake of such terrible crimes is both humbling and inspiring. This is an emotion which reflects humanity at its greatest, however, the darkness and violence of the past still linger in the eyes of the people I photographed, a stark reminder of the past that while forgiven, will never be truly forgotten.
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