The 44th Anniversary of the Tlatelolco Massacre

By Latino Rebels

Why October 2, 1968 Will Never Be Forgotten: 

Take a moment today and never forget.

Today many in Mexico will be taking to the streets to remember October 2, 1968. You can find out what is being planned on the official page of #YoSoy132. And if you have 10 minutes, watch this video that explains what happened on that tragic day in Mexico.

To learn more about what happened that day, this page contains several links about the massacre.

This article was first published in Latino Rebels.

[Image courtesy Latino Rebels]

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