On May 6, PBI-Mexico tweeted:
“On #May 10, #PBI will accompany the XI National Dignity March that will take place in CDMX [Mexico City]. It will be made up of more than 80 groups from 24 states of the Republic and various Latin American groups.
#Join this march of National Dignity
They also posted on Facebook:
“According to the report of the Movement for Our Disappeared in Mexico (MNDM), there are more than 100 thousand missing persons in the country and impunity exceeds 98% of cases.
On #May 10, #PBI will accompany the XI National Dignity March: mothers looking for their sons and daughters, truth and justice. This will take place in CDMX [Mexico City] and will be made up of members of more than 80 groups from 24 states of the Republic. Groups and organizations from countries such as El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Haiti, Venezuela and Colombia will also attend.
#Join this march of National Dignity #NoMoreDisappearances #UntilWeFindThem”
May 10 is Mother’s Day in Mexico.
Last year, Excelsior reported:
“Under the premise ‘May 10 is not a party, it’s a fight and a protest’, members of the Movement for Our Disappeared in Mexico collective, made up mainly of mothers, marched from the Angel of Independence to the esplanade of the Monument to the Revolution to demand justice from the government for their disappeared children.”
For more about the march, please see the Facebook page for Movimiento por Nuestros Desaparecidos en México.