The names and photos of Mexico’s missing and murdered women were carried on crosses in a protest in Mexico City on Wednesday, as dozens marched to demand justice for the victims and protest against gender-related crimes across the country.
The “Day of Dead Women” march took place in Mexico City a day after the national Day of the Dead. At least 10 women and girls are murdered every day in Mexico; there was a 130% increase in femicides from 2015 to 2020.
Holding aloft crosses bearing the names of murdered women, hundreds of people marched in Mexico’s capital to protest violence against women amidst a steady nationwide increase in femicides.
What people are saying?
mikii We have been created in to eaquality by God. We need to enlighten and educate the old timer who have been in the men donminated world. Although Ｉ am male and not womanizer,Ｉ can’t understand men is superior to women. Ｉ want to be always on women’s side.
Dan Epstein “The main demand is to urge the government to listen to us, to arrest people who are at large and for justice to be done”—Hundreds join violence against women protest in Mexico.