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Mass march of mothers tracking this May 10 in Mazatlán

Sinaloa. – His face shows pain, he has tears on his face and a broken voice, moms Of Collective Lost…

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Sinaloa. – His face shows pain, he has tears on his face and a broken voice, moms Of Collective Lost Treasure Until You Find Its, they assure that they will continue in the fight.
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in Dozens of mothers demonstrated on this 10th May At the family monument located on Avenida del Mar in Mazatlan.

With banners in hand demanding that the authorities do their jobs and showing photographs with the names of their children and the dates of their disappearance, they reiterate that There is nothing for them to celebrate this Mother’s Day.

Read more: “We don’t have much to celebrate this Mother’s Day”: Tracking mom in Mazatlán

Glorimar’s mother, Claudia García, insists that a year and a half after her daughter’s disappearance, it hurts her even more today to see her granddaughters cry for their mother.

Daniela Fariol remembers talking with her on the day her son went missing, she was waiting for him with some old tacos, but Cristobal Tostado didn’t come.

Like these two moms, there are 80 who make up the group and are looking for names like Daniel, Jess Antonio, Jose, Luis, Ricardo, Carlos Alberto, Jaime Miguel, Juan and many more.

Irma Arrellano, who joined the Collective about five years ago, recently found her son and continues to fight. Of the 155 missing people in the country, about 5,000 are from Sinaloa.

Fire in a trailer carrying cardboard in Alota, Sinaloa

In 2020 I celebrated 15 years as a general information reporter at El Debate de Mazatlan. During this time I have specialized in the fields of education, health and government. I also worked on television at a local channel in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, while I studied at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua. I also worked in a newspaper for a national publisher. In the final year of the government of Francisco Labastida, I received the State Prize for Journalism for a series of reports on contamination. In 2017, the Senate of the Republic recognized me for my career. I have attended courses and workshops on new journalism techniques both in person and recently online. I have interviewed the last three presidents of Mexico.

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