Estela de Carlotto

1930 - Today

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Enriqueta Estela Barnes de Carlotto (Buenos Aires, born 22 October 1930) is an Argentine human rights activist and president of the association of Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo. One of her daughters, Laura Estela Carlotto, was kidnapped and missing while pregnant in Buenos Aires, in late 1977. Through stories, she could ascertain that her daughter had given birth to a boy, and that her grandson was appropriated and his identity changed. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Estela de Carlotto has received more than 28,252 page views. Her biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 19 in 2019). Estela de Carlotto is the 351st most popular social activist (down from 290th in 2019), the 297th most popular biography from Argentina (down from 243rd in 2019) and the 3rd most popular Argentinean Social Activist.

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Among social activists, Estela de Carlotto ranks 351 out of 544Before her are Cesar Chavez, Ahmed Lutfi el-Sayed, Malala Yousafzai, Eugene V. Debs, Pjetër Arbnori, and Afeni Shakur. After her are Gotō Shōjirō, Mary Toft, Gulnara Karimova, Giuseppe Impastato, Raisa Aronova, and Alexei Navalny.

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Among people born in 1930, Estela de Carlotto ranks 303Before her are Kenneth Frampton, Bayram Şit, Mildred Dresselhaus, Smail Hamdani, Viktor Tsybulenko, and Thomas Williams. After her are Justinas Marcinkevičius, Merab Mamardashvili, Rolf Hoppe, Chris Barber, Óscar Humberto Mejía Víctores, and Bob Guccione.

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Among people born in Argentina, Estela de Carlotto ranks 297 out of 900Before her are Edmundo Piaggio (1905), Maxi López (1984), Arturo Rawson (1885), Alfredo Astiz (1951), Luis Alberto Spinetta (1950), and Alberto Chividini (1907). After her are Martín Demichelis (1980), Christian Bach (1959), Antonio Roma (1932), Eduardo Camaño (1946), Bérénice Bejo (1976), and Carlos Anaya (1777).


Among social activists born in Argentina, Estela de Carlotto ranks 3Before her are Che Guevara (1928) and Adolfo Pérez Esquivel (1931). After her are Maria Verónica Reina (1964).