R.I.P. Michael Brown and the 43 mexican students
Last September 26th, 43 students were tortured and killed because of the government corruption of Mexico. The bodies are still not found, but in the search of them in the mountains of Guerrero, they have found many other unknown bodies buried in different locations.
Most of the students were between 17 and 25 years old and they were going to be teachers for poor schools all around the country. These students were killed by the order of the Iguala’s mayor; he thought they were too much trouble and they interfered with his and his wife’s plans.
The whole country is extremely angry because of this situation. Our government is killing innocent people and they are doing whatever they want with us. There has been many riots since this event, people is fighting against the police trying to speak their voices out. One week ago, for our Day of Revolution anniversary there were riots all over the country, but especially in Mexico City (our capital) millions of people walked on the streets, try to shut down the airport and at the end of the day, they burned a giant doll of our president, Enrique Peña Nieto.
We want you to be informed about our situation like we are about yours. What happened to Michael Brown and to the 43 students is just unacceptable, how is it possible that this happens on the 21st century? Our governments are very messed up (in different ways) but us, the people, we are just done with this, and we should fight for what we deserve; being treated as human beings. The government is supposed to protect us, and they are just killing us.
We support you and your fight against racisms, but we also ask you to support us after this tragic event against innocent students. Please share this, so everyone knows that we are together against corruption.
(I did not take the photographs; I found them on different social websites).