September 26 2015 marked one year since the disappearance of the 43 teaching students from the Rural Normal School at Ayotzinapa. Thousands of people, led by the families of the disappeared, took to the streets of the Mexican capital in a mass demonstration. Under grey skies and drizzle which grew gradually heavier, the march progressed... Continue Reading →
Here in Mexico City there was another mega-march yesterday in solidarity with the families of the 43 disappeared Mexican students. The march marked 4 months since their disappearance on September 26 2014 in the city of Iguala in the state of Guerrero. The families of the missing along with many thousands, if not millions, of... Continue Reading →
Video and photos from the march for the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students in Mexico City on November 20 2014.
Wake up people! Death is knocking at your door. Day of the dead (Día de muertos) happened over the weekend. In case you didn´t know it´s the day to celebrate or commemorate those who have moved on into the afterlife. Altars, usually very colourful, with offerings to the deceased are set up in homes... Continue Reading →
¨They were taken alive, we want them alive¨ ¨Why do they murder them if they are the future of Latin America?¨ ¨The struggle goes on,goes on¨ There was another very big protest today in Mexico City demanding the appearance of the 43 young teaching students who ¨were disappeared¨ in Guerrero state on September 26. I heard... Continue Reading →