|Mexican officials say that 43 students were murdered.|
|37 murdered by Cuban government agents in 1994 of which 22 were under 30|
|Youth murdered in Venezuela since February 2014 allegedly by government agents|
take action: 1) Demonstrate solidarity with the victims. 2) Denounce the crimes and call on the government authorities to hold the killers accountable and 3) Let others know what happened and what they can do.
|Join Amnesty International's campaign for the 43|
- Over social media there are numerous opportunities to demonstrate one's solidarity using hash tags such as:
#AyotzinapaSomosTodos #JusticeforAyotzinapa #AccionGlobalporAyotzinapa #WeAreAllAyotzinapa #JusticeForAyotzinapa and #GlobalActionForAyotzinapa.
- In Miami on November 20, 2014 at the Mexican Consulate in downtown ( 1399 SW 1st Avenue Miami, FL 33130) join with Mexican activists in a nonviolent protest denouncing the crime while demanding justice and the return of the 43 missing students to their loved ones. Other protests are planned in Santa Ana, California; Dallas, Texas and elsewhere.
- Signing an online letter from Amnesty International calling on the Mexican government to bring all responsible to justice, acknowledge that this is not an isolated case, and for the government to uphold 2012 commitment to eradicate torture and ill treatment of all detainees.
- Writing opeds, letters to the editor, spreading the word over social media on the internet in order that others may take concrete action on behalf of these 43 students.
|We stand in solidarity with people of Mexico demanding answers about the 43 "disappeared" students.|