De Tinta Roja: Sangre Que Se Evapora

  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. I was… Continue reading De Tinta Roja: Sangre Que Se Evapora

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No Se Olvida: Recollections of an event for Ayotzinapa in Guadalajara

Memories, recollections, photographs from Ayotzinapa events while I lived in Mexico.

Ante La Represión, La Organización: Estudiantes Jalisciences Presentes

I march because I am agitated — Eduardo Carballo Lopez, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO) My parents, my grandparents are drained — Luis Alberto, Universidad del Valle de Atemajac (UNIVA) We are irritated of the situation in this country, there are no answers for anything, only repression — Ricardo de Jesus… Continue reading Ante La Represión, La Organización: Estudiantes Jalisciences Presentes