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October 25, 2014

“Our light is a way to embrace those we are missing” – EZLN

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“Our light is a way to embrace those we are missing” – EZLN

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October 23, 2014

The sons and daughters of the color of the earth pray for the 43 students Ayotzinapa.  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

Indigenous from the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) joined the Global Day of Action for Ayotzinapa, and in each of their communities, roads and in their homes, lit candles and marched with banners, to demand the appearance alive of the 43 students from the Isidro Burgos Rural Normal school in Ayotzinapa, who have been forcibly disappeared since last September 26.

This is the second manifestation by the guerrilla group, who also demanded the unconditional release of the jailed leaders of the Yaqui, Mario Luna Romero and Fernando Jiménez Gutiérrez. “Although small, our light is a way to embrace today those who are needed and whose absence hurts,” they said.

 

 

Children of the EZLN in support Ayotzinapa.  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

EZLN comprises a light Ayotzinapa lives!  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

EZLN on roads turns light Ayotzinapa.  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

EZLN announces its support Ayotzinapa posters and Yaqui tribe.  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

EZLN illuminate the ways Ayoztinapa and Yaqui tribe.  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

Outside of housing EZLN lights for the missing.  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

 

 

 

 

EZLN solidaros.  Photo: Elizabeth Ruiz

 

 

http://www.chiapasparalelo.com/noticias/chiapas/2014/10/nuestra-luz-es-una-forma-de-abrazar-a-quienes-hoy-hacen-falta-ezln/

 

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