Marco Antonio Gómez Molina

Marco Antonio Gómez Molina He used to play football after school. He usually would arrive late home; “he used to…

Mauricio Ortega Valerio

Mauricio Ortega Valerio Mauricio is a carpenter. He makes windows, doors, tables, chairs and whatever else his clients might request.…

Miguel Ángel Hernández Martinez

Miguel Ángel Hernández Martinez Miguel Ángel is a Tlacololero. He is passionate about the state of Guerrero’s oldest popular hybrid…

Jorge Aníbal Cruz Mendoza

Jorge Aníbal Cruz Mendoza He likes riding bulls. With spurs and chaps he used to compete in jaripeos, taming contests…

Saúl Bruno García

Saúl Bruno García “You’d better call me Hulk!,” demanded Saúl from his schoolmates in Ayotzinapa. He didn’t like the nickname…

Jorge Álvarez Nava

Jorge Álvarez Nava When he was 17, Jorge discovered his love of music and his world changed at once. He…

Marcial Pablo Baranda

Marcial Pablo Baranda In Ayotzinapa, Marcial sang and danced Cumbias. That is how he is remembered by his friends Patrón…

Magdaleno Rubén Lauro Villegas

Magdaleno Rubén Lauro Villegas In Tlatzala, the village where Magdaleno grew up, there was no higher secondary education. To continue…