Desde el 26 de Septiembre hermanos normalistas de Ayotzinapa se apoderaron de vehículos oficiales y empresas transnacionales para utilizarlos en protestas para exigir la presentación con vida de sus 43 compañeros desaparecidos.
TheRaúl Isidro BurgosRural Teachers College in Ayotzinapa, founded in 1926, is an all-male school that has historically been associated with student activism. On September 26, 2014, 43 students and teachers were forcibly abducted and then disappeared. In protest, other students from the school seized official vehicles belonging to several transnational companies and used them in protest, demanding the return of their companions.
In December 2014 EDELOMigrante had a month-long self-directed residency at the school, where we designed an intervention project in the vehicles as a form of artistic protest. Participants included students, parents of missing teachers, activists, human-rights defenders, and the larger community. For ten days we gathered day and night to put images of hope and resistance on the vehicles.