Friday, November 14, 2014

43 Students "Disappeared" In Mexico, How Can You Help?



Homero Ocon 303-437-7805

Vigil in Solidarity with the 43 disappeared students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico

To Demand Consulate to take a position calling on the Mexican government find the students and investigate their disappearance.

November 14, 2014, Denver -- Citizens from diverse countries, including the US and Mexico, demand the Mexican consulate call for a full investigation into the students’ disappearance and the return of the students alive. Today marks eight weeks since 43 students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico went missing.

Homero Ocon explains “We act today to draw Colorado and the world’s attention to the human rights violations happening in Mexico and a burgeoning people’s movement that’s occurring in response. We invite the people of Colorado to join us in demanding the safe return of 43 students. 43 students whose families have no information, no news or communication from their own government about the whereabouts of their children. We need the international community to pressure the Mexican government to meet the demands of the families”.

The families of the students are demanding:

1. Justice for the students

2. A meeting with the President

3. Peace and justice in Mexico

WHAT: Signs, banners and candles in front of the Mexican Consulate

WHO: Community members and students from the Metro area

WHERE: Mexican Consulate, 5350 Leetsdale Dr, Denver, CO 80246

WHEN: Friday November 14 4:00pm-7:00pm

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