What does a government hide when
they bury without research?


The Government's Pits

In 2014, the Prosecutor’s Office in Morelos threw in common pits over 200 people that were murdered, without researching what happened to them or who they were.



Identify and return home the people buried in the Morelos pits.


Reopen the Jojutla pit to recover those who are still buried.


Know who were buried in the common graves in the whole country.


The mothers and relatives of Returning Home watched the labor in the Jojutla pit and took identifying features, as measurements, tattoos and clothes, of every person that was brought up from there with the purpose of identify them.

With the support of forensic archeologists and a visual artist, today we can see and share this information so it is known and some relative can identify them.

What can I do if I recognize someone?

1. You can contact the relatives’ collective Regresando a Casa Morelos (Returning Home Morelos) to get support during the process. Write to regresandoacasa1@gmail.com or to Facebook/regresandoacasamorelos.

2. If you prefer to do it on your own, go to the Attorney General of the State of Morelos, located in Ard. De Apatlaco 465, Campo del Rayo, 62590, Temixco, Mor. Ask for the photographic archive of the Jojutla Graves.


Together we can

• Generate support for the Regresando A Casa Morelos collective, the documentary’s protagonists, and relatives of the missing people in search. 

• Sensitize about the forensics crisis in Mexico and the irregular use of Jojutla and Tetelcingo, Morelos, so the disappeared can go home. 

• Influence the case of the irregular mass graves of Jojutla and Tetelcingo, Morelos, so that the disappeared can return home.


To achieve these goals, we’re going to…

• Create a community around the Regresando A Casa Morelos collective, spokespersons of the campaign.

• Link the documentary to social and artistic movements in favor of human rights in Mexico.

• Generate a public conversation around the irregular use of common graves and the forensics crisis through social media and networks.

• Show the documentary to federal and state decision makers and other social actors to achieve agreements.

• Promote in virtual platforms and postcards a citizen database of found people in Jojutla, documented by Regresando a Casa Morelos. Regresando A Casa Morelos

How Can You Help?


Help us #DigUpTheTruth and know this story with the documentary To See You Again.


Share the postcards to help the found people in Jojutla to return home in the website https://www.amatefilms.mx/volverteaver/


- Take a picture with a mask with the phrase “Where are they?” and tag us online using the HTs #VolverteAVer #DesenterrarLaVerdad #ToSeeYouAgain #DigUpTheTruth


Comparte tu opinión sobre el documental o un mensaje de apoyo a las madres que buscan utilizando los HTs #VolverteAVer y #DesenterrarLaVerdad


Share your opinion of the documentary or a message of support for the mothers that are searching using the HTs #VolverteAVer #DesenterrarLaVerdad #ToSeeYouAgain #DigUpTheTruth


Help us organize special showings of the documentary in your community, school, organization, institution, or cinema club.


Share the contents of our social media and the screening calendar: Tw @volverteaverdoc FB /VolverteAVerDocu IG @amatefilmsmx @volverteaverdoc FB /VolverteAVerDocu IG @amatefilmsmx

Thank yous

We thank with all our heart the collectives, organizations, institutions and people that have joined us to unbury the truth of the Morelos’ Graves:

Regresando A Casa Morelos

Movimiento Por la Paz con Justicia y Dignidad

El Día Después

Open Society 

Open Society Justice Initiative

Ford Foundation

Activismo Jurídico

Fundación Sergio Méndez Arceo

Fundación Comunidad

Data Cívica

Carlos Brito, independent ruler of Jojutla

Miguel Angel, Pantallas Ecocinema

Ana Cecilia Cedillo, community manager

Icunacury Acosta, press advisor

Karen Aguilar, podcast designer

Karen Costet, companion

Alejandro Arteaga, forensics archeologist


Julián Durazo-Herrmann, Université du Québec à Montreal (UQAM)

Araceli Vázquez, web programmer

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