Nearly two years ago, 43 students were disappeared from Ayotzinapa Teacher’s College in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. The students are presumed dead by the Mexican government.
Official reports suggest the victims were incinerated and their ashes thrown into a river, but independent investigators challenge that version of events. They say the government is the biggest obstacle to giving closure to victims’ families.
We talk with Lozano and Leslie Thomas of ART WORKS about their demands for accountability and justice for the missing students.