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Ayotzinapa's 8th anniversary
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Credit: Sara Escobar via Visura
Asset ID: VA84403
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Sara Escobar, 2022
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Location: Mexico City
Topics: Spotlight

Sara Escobar

Based in Mexico City

SARA ESCOBAR, DOCUMENTARY MEXICAN PHOTOGRAPHER, 1984. HER PHOTOGRAPHIC AND VIDEO WORK FOCUSES ON IDENTITY, SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS ON LATIN AMERICA.  She has a Communication Sciences Degree and a Documentary Cinema Master...
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Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Mothers and relatives of the disappeared Ayotzinapa students marched to Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Mothers and relatives of the disappeared Ayotzinapa students marched to Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. People gives support to mothers and relatives of the disappeared Ayotzinapa students who marched to Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Mothers and relatives of the disappeared Ayotzinapa students, next to other students, marched to Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Demonstrators paste posters on Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Demonstrators paste posters on Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. A person walks by the fences around National Palace, where posters were pasted in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Fences around National Palace, where posters were pasted in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Mothers and relatives of the disappeared Ayotzinapa students, next to other students, marched to Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar
Mexico City, Mexico. September 26, 2022. Mothers and relatives of the disappeared Ayotzinapa students, next to other students, marched to Mexico City's main square in demand of justice. Eight years ago, 43 Ayotzinapa's students were disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, by narco groups and different governmental forces. These crimes continue unpunished.
Photo: Sara Escobar