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Mexico

Students March on 45th Anniversary of 'Halconazo'

Groups marched in Mexico City, to remember the events of June 10, 1971, when students were murdered by paramilitaries

A protester's T-shirt reads "The truth will not shut up, disappear those who fight"., Photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido
2 years ago

On Friday June 10, to mark the 45th anniversary of the “Halconazo” —the “Falcon attack,” carried out by a paramilitary group called The Falcons— students collectives, members of the committee 68, social society, anarchist groups and syndicates were united in lamenting that human rights continue to be violated in Mexico. 

An anarchist takes a selfie with journalists in a day of remembering the Halconazo, when a Mexican paramilitary unit called the Halcones (Falcons) killed an unknown number of students during a demonstration in 1971. Photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido

An anarchist takes a selfie with journalists in a day of remembering the Halconazo, when a Mexican paramilitary unit called the Halcones (Falcons) killed an unknown number of students during a demonstration in 1971. Photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido

The groups marched towards the center of Mexico City, to remember the events of June 10, 1971, when dozens of marching students were hurt or murdered by paramilitaries seeking to repress their growing movement. On a day of remembrance, the case of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students was held as an example of the darkest days of Mexican history repeating itself. 

At least 4,000 police officers were present to accompany the protest, which was carried out peacefully. 

Anarchists take part during a march in commemoration of the 45th anniversary of the Halconazo. Photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido

Anarchists take part during a march in commemoration of the 45th anniversary of the Halconazo. Photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido

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