This past Saturday was the two year anniversary of the young student and activist Mariano Ferreyra’s death. He was shot and killed on 20th October 2010 in a protest involving railway workers of the Railway Union (UF). His murder led to widespread protests throughout Argentina and his story has become a symbol of workers’ struggles and human rights abuses. In court, 17 people are currently on trial for his murder, with head of the UF José Ángel Pedraza charged with instigating the crime. A march from Congreso to Plaza de Mayo called for justice. Ferreyra’s cousin, Aitor Graña presented the album “Cuerpo – Canciones a partir de Mariano Ferreyra” for sale at Plaza de Mayo that he co-produced with Radio La Tribu featuring songs by a variety of musicians. Photographers Beatrice Murch, Diego Cupolo, Diego Espinosa and Madeleine Decker share their viewpoints.