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1968 and Ayotzinapa: A play
“La Hecatombe” will be staged at the CCUT until October 7
What the CIA, FBI, and the U.S. government had to say about the Tlatelolco massacre
An intelligence report from the U.S. government considered that many of the demands made by the students were legitimate
1968: Israeli artist creates monument to remember the victims of the Tlatelolco massacre
Bartana's project was chosen by an international jury, formed by art historians Harriet Senie and George Flaherty, the curator Taiyana Pimentel, and the artist Regina-José Galindo
1968: Prevailing words and ideals
The importance of remembering October 2, 1968 lies in the fact that it was the starting point to have a more participative society and more sensitive authorities
1968: Tlatelolco massacre, a play
The play is part of the M68 project, which looks to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1968 students' movement
1968: Mexican government to acknowledge human rights violations
During an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, Jaime Rochín emphasized that one of the government's main debts it has is with the direct and indirect victims of the student demonstrations from 1968