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Afro-Colombian woman testifies of her violent displacement during the military incursion "Operation Genesis" in the Urabá region. She saw community members killed and their homes destroyed. She, and other community members, have since decided to return to their land despite the danger they still face.
The U.S. Office on Colombia is an independent non-profit organization, not affiliated with any political party, that seeks to educate U.S. policymakers, the media and the U.S. public about the impact of U.S. policy on Colombia.