This is an interesting article about the 43 missing students from Mexico… Hope it can help people understand more what’s going on here!
Originally posted on dorset chiapas solidarity:
Ayotzinapa and the Strength of the Rural Normal School Community
Luis Hernández Navarro
La Jornada, 28th October, 2014
Translated by Sally Seward
One, two, three, four, the crowd calls out, not stopping until they reach number 43, and then demanding at the top of their voices: “Justice!”
“Felipe Arnulfo Rosa”, reads out a voice. “Present!” respond hundreds of angry voices. “Benjamín Ascencio Bautista”, it asks again. “Present!” answer the demonstrators. “Israel Caballero Sánchez”…
These are the names of the students from the Rural Normal School of Ayotzinapa who were disappeared by the municipal police of Iguala and Cocula. They are the same people whose faces appear by the thousands on the banners and pieces of canvas that students and citizens carry at all kinds of protests, demanding that the authorities return them alive.
What strange irony. After being separated from national public life for years and appearing from time to time in the media…
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