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Open Society Foundation

Open Society Foundations (OSF), formerly the Open Society Institute, is an international grantmaking network founded by business magnate George Soros. Open Society Foundations financially support civil society groups around the world, with a stated aim of advancing justice, education, public health and independent media. Wikipedia

Open Society Foundation

Open Society Foundations (OSF), formerly the Open Society Institute, is an international grantmaking network founded by business magnate George Soros. Open Society Foundations financially support civil society groups around the world, with a stated aim of advancing justice, education, public health and independent media. Wikipedia

Sep 30, 10:13 PM

Librada, sister of missing student Felipe Arnulfo Rosas, on the road during a caravan to northern Mexico. Since the disappearance, families of the 43 missing students travel constantly to keep up support for the case. - This is @emilykpederson sharing work from my project Until We Find You, which follows the case of 43 missing students in Mexico. On September 26, 2014, police attacked a group of college students traveling by bus in the city of Iguala, Guerrero, killing three of them, wounding dozens and abducting 43 more. The case set off mass protests and came to represent the toll of the Mexican Drug War since 2006: hundreds of thousands of deaths, government collusion with cartels, and more than 30,000 missing people. Three years later, the 43 students'' families and classmates continue to search for them and demand justice. The Mexican government''s response has been to orchestrate a coverup: first by closing the investigation while the students remained missing, then by obstructing international investigators who were tasked with getting to the bottom of the case. #opensociety #drugwar #corruption #impunity #justice #disappearance #violence #police #blacklivesmatter #search #busqueda #federales #normalistas #desaparecidos #ayotzinapa #guerradelnarco #faltan43 #impunidad #justicia #hastaencontrarlos #vivoslosllevaron #tixtla #iguala #guerrero #mexico

Sep 30, 8:08 PM

Parents and classmates of the 43 missing students arrive in the city of Iguala, Guerrero on a citizen search brigade. In Iguala, fear of repercussions from organized crime has kept some citizens from saying what they know about the night of the disappearance. Many people the families spoke with on their searches in Iguala repeated the same phrase when asked if they had witnessed anything or heard any rumors: ""My eyes don''t see, my ears don''t hear, and I don''t say a thing."" - This is @emilykpederson sharing work from my project Until We Find You, which follows the case of 43 missing students in Mexico. On September 26, 2014, police attacked a group of college students traveling by bus in the city of Iguala, Guerrero, killing three of them, wounding dozens and abducting 43 more. The case set off mass protests and came to represent the toll of the Mexican Drug War since 2006: hundreds of thousands of deaths, government collusion with cartels, and more than 30,000 missing people. Three years later, the 43 students'' families and classmates continue to search for them and demand justice. The Mexican government''s response has been to orchestrate a coverup: first by closing the investigation while the students remained missing, then by obstructing international investigators who were tasked with getting to the bottom of the case. #opensociety #drugwar #corruption #impunity #justice #disappearance #violence #police #blacklivesmatter #search #busqueda #federales #normalistas #desaparecidos #ayotzinapa #guerradelnarco #faltan43 #impunidad #justicia #hastaencontrarlos #vivoslosllevaron #tixtla #iguala #guerrero #mexico

Sep 30, 5:41 PM

Police intercept relatives and classmates of the 43 missing students on their way to a protest in Guerrero''s capital, Chilpancingo. - This is @emilykpederson sharing work from my project Until We Find You, which follows the case of 43 missing students in Mexico. On September 26, 2014, police attacked a group of college students traveling by bus in the city of Iguala, Guerrero, killing three of them, wounding dozens and abducting 43 more. The case set off mass protests and came to represent the toll of the Mexican Drug War since 2006: hundreds of thousands of deaths, government collusion with cartels, and more than 30,000 missing people. Three years later, the 43 students'' families and classmates continue to search for them and demand justice. The Mexican government''s response has been to orchestrate a coverup: first by closing the investigation while the students remained missing, then by obstructing international investigators who were tasked with getting to the bottom of the case. #opensociety #drugwar #corruption #impunity #justice #disappearance #violence #police #blacklivesmatter #search #busqueda #federales #normalistas #desaparecidos #ayotzinapa #guerradelnarco #faltan43 #impunidad #justicia #hastaencontrarlos #vivoslosllevaron #iguala #guerrero #mexico

Sep 29, 2:47 PM

The lack of resolution in the mass disappearance case of the 43 students has contributed to rising tensions between police and civilians in Guerrero state. Here, a confrontation between riot police and relatives and classmates of the 43 missing students after a failed negotiation. The protesters were calling for a boycott of the state elections and were intercepted on their way to a radical protest at the Electoral Institute. - This is @emilykpederson sharing work from my project Until We Find You, which follows the case of 43 missing students in Mexico. On September 26, 2014, police attacked a group of college students traveling by bus in the city of Iguala, Guerrero, killing three of them, wounding dozens and abducting 43 more. The case set off mass protests and came to represent the toll of the Mexican Drug War since 2006: hundreds of thousands of deaths, government collusion with cartels, and more than 30,000 missing people. Three years later, the 43 students'' families and classmates continue to search for them and demand justice. The Mexican government''s response has been to orchestrate a coverup: first by closing the investigation while the students remained missing, then by obstructing international investigators who were tasked with getting to the bottom of the case. #opensociety #drugwar #corruption #impunity #justice #disappearance #violence #search #busqueda #federales #normalistas #desaparecidos #ayotzinapa #guerradelnarco #43 #faltan43 #impunidad #justicia #hastaencontrarlos #vivoslosllevaron #noestansolos #tixtla #iguala #guerrero #mexico