In less than four minutes, Mexican artists such as Claudia Lizaldi, Francesca Guillén, Luis Gerardo Méndez and ‘Poncho’ Herrera explained in English the current situation of the country in a video titled “What’s Happening in Mexico”.
Addressing issues such as the “Ayotzinapa case”, violence in the states of Michoacán, Guerrero, Tamaulipas and Morelos; the disappearance of women, corruption and other atrocities, all come together in one voice to say various things like the following:
“If we want to make a difference, we must tell everyone what is really happening in Mexico, and raise awareness worldwide”.
To achieve this, we must spread the word of everything that is happening in Mexico. We must put the name of Ayotzinapa everywhere using the hashtag #YaMeCansé” (I am Tired), and invite the people of Mexico not to remain silent and fight for their rights and freedom.
The “What’s Happening in Mexico” video was uploaded on Friday, November 28th and today has already exceeded two million visits.
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