A woman holds an image of her husband who was detained and assassinated by the state during Mexico's dirty war against leftist social activists in the 1970's, the image reads 'As long as I'm alive, you will never be dead', Mexico City, May 10, 2018. (Photo: José Luis Granados Ceja)
The Lost and the Dead

As Drug War Casualties Mount, Mexicans Take to the Streets Demanding Answers

Mexicans aren’t merely mourning the dead and disappeared; increasingly, they are mobilizing and taking to the streets to voice both their displeasure and their demands for accountability.