We bring a message of hope and future for our broken and shattered nation. Awkward truths that challenge our dignity, a message for all of us as human beings, beyond political or ideological options, beyond cultures and religious beliefs, beyond ethnicities and gender. We convey a message that comes from listening and feeling for the victims in most of the Colombian territory and in exile; from listening to those who fight to keep the memory and resist denialism, and to those who have accepted ethical, political, and criminal accountability. A message of truth to stop the outrageous tragedy of a conflict in which eighty percent of the victims have been civilian non-combatants and in which less than two percent of the deaths have occurred in combat. An invitation to overcome the oblivion, fear, and hatred to death that hover over Colombia because of the internal armed conflict. We do so from the question that has challenged humanity from the earliest times: Where is your brother?