Ayotzinapa is still being treated as an isolated incident. It is not regarded critically, and the conversation is therefore often heated and shortsighted. The debate does not tackle the event's legacy, but rather its immediate consequences.
This week on Latino USA, we talk about the aftermath. What happens after one incident changes everything? Two years ago 43
Innocent people may have been jailed, and guilty ones may go free.
Honduran Garifuna speaker at Ayotzinapa College, representing the five nation Caravan for Peace, Life and Justice, April
Sept. 26 marks the two-year anniversary of the students' disappearance.
Allegations of torture have bogged down the investigation into 43 students who went missing in 2014.