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A 2002 discussion with Raúl Álvarez Garín, a survivor of the 1968 student massacre, on the ongoing legacy of state impunity in Mexico
Will president elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) bring justice to the families who were detained, disappeared, and killed during Mexico’s dirty war? He could start with the Cabañas family.
"The government, after they disappeared the 43, they tried to say it was an isolated case, and we screamed ‘no!’ It isn’t an isolated case, it is systematic. It happens many times a day in different parts of the country."
How U.S. border policies constitute a new kind of state-led “disappearance.”
Cristina Bautista, the mother of Benjamín, one of the missing Ayotzinapa students, opens NACLA’s series commemorating two years since the disappearance of the 43.
Civil society denounces the Drug War at the 2016 UN General Assembly Special Session on Drugs (UNGASS)
Friends and family members of Ayotzinapa's recently disappeared youth continue to expose the bloody realities at the core of Guerrero politics.
Mass protests over 43 missing students from Ayotzinapa raise questions about state complicity in the murder and disappearance of Mexican youth.