PARENTS OF 43 MEXICAN STUDENT KIDNAPPING VICTIMS
TO SPEAK IN EL PASO, TEXAS
EL PASO, TEXAS -- The parents of the 43 students kidnapped in late September in Guerrero, Mexico will visit El Paso on to speak to about their children’s experiences and about the human rights violations occurring in Mexico. The parents will be available to speak at a press conference on AT THE FARM WORKERS CENTER (OREGON ST & 9TH). The media and the public are invited.
The parent’s visit to El Paso forms part of a national speaking tour of the United States during which they will speak in cities across the country to audiences in churches, universities, community organizations, and labor unions about the events of September 26, 2014 when police and gangsters killed six, wounded 25, and kidnapped 43 students of the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College. The parents have continued to demand that their children be returned to them “alive as they were when they were taken.”