Nine years is far too long to wait for the truth.
On September 26, 2014, 43 college students entered the city of Iguala, Guerrero, to gather buses for a caravan.
The families of the disappeared have long suspected the direct involvement of the Mexican Army and local, state and federal police. A recent blockbuster article in the New York Times makes clear that their suspicions were correct. There is significant evidence of military complicity in the tragic events of that day, and the years of denial and cover-up.
We cannot deny the truth and accountability for the disappeared.
Sign today, and demand that the government of Mexico provide a full disclosure of what happened to the students from Ayotzinapa in September of 2014, including any information about the location of the 43 students who disappeared that fateful day, as well as any evidence of the direct complicity of the Mexican Army.