Today marks exactly one year since the disappearance of the 43 Normalista students in Ayotzinapa–Students in a rural town in Guerrero studying to be educators, aspiring to provide a better life for their families, their community. The atrocious act sparked outrage in Mexico and the world, drawing light to the murderous narco state.
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Memories, recollections, photographs. Ayotzinapa.
“Organizando, Informando, Cultivando,” is what I called it.
An event for Ayotzinapa on Dec. 12, 2014 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in front of la Biblioteca Iberoamericana.
Continue reading No Se Olvida: Recollections of an event for Ayotzinapa in Guadalajara