Metrobús CDMX stations are renamed in memory of the disappeared and women

Metrobús CDMX stations are renamed in memory of the disappeared and women

The demonstrators reiterated their request to the government of Mexico City to have understanding and respect those spaces as they were renamed.

Both activities were carried out to have a place that serves as a memorial for the victims and to focus on the demand for justice.

The general strategy is aimed at renaming Paseo de la Reforma Avenue as Memory Route, to which two anti-monuments would be added: La Glorieta de las Mujeres que Luchan and La Glorieta de las and los disappeared, with which they would add 10 in the section of Reforma towards the Zócalo of Mexico City.

Today there are anti-monuments 49-ABC, which recalls the ABC nursery, where 49 children perished, in Sonora; the +72 anti-monument in memory of the victims of the migrant massacre in San Fernando, Tamaulipas, the +65 anti-monument that commemorates the victims of mining tragedies such as the one in Pasta de Conchos, Coahuila.

There is also the +43 anti-monument that recalls the forced disappearance of 43 students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Normal School in Ayotzinapa; the Antimonument to David and Miguel, two young victims of kidnapping in Guerrero; the Antimonument “V” that commemorates June 10, 1971 and the massacre on Corpus Thursday, known as El Halconazo; the Anti-monument for the victims of femicides, and the 1968 Anti-monument, in the Zócalo, for the student massacre that year.

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