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Two Years After 43 Students Were Kidnapped In Mexico, We Need To Discuss The Legacy Of Ayotzinapa

Mexico's history is filled with undying passions and debates that transcend time and appear to be infused with our social DNA, including: The Porfiriato, the oil expropriation, Tlatelolco, the crash of '88, among others. Ours is a history of heroes and villains. These are episodes that have been ingrained in our memories with a sense of nostalgia. These chapters of our history have been written and reinterpreted over and over, in the process fragmenting the social fabric.
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