Following a successful week in Aberystwyth and two weeks at Amnesty in London, Footprints of Memory have left to travel across Europe to demand justice for Mexico’s disappeared and the families searching from them. Organised by Danielle House and sponsored by PPi, the exhibition has reached Italy after travelling through France. It will then move on to Germany, The Netherlands, Spain and beyond.
We have been following its progress from afar:
— FRANCE 24 Français (@France24_fr) April 5, 2017
— Instabili Vaganti (@instabilivagant) April 18, 2017
and now installing in Rome…
Instalando las Huellas de la Memoria en su segunda sede en Roma donde se podrá visitar hasta el 28 de abril.
¡Se vale rolar, seguimos! pic.twitter.com/RLmMyOZYw8
— Huellasmemoria (@huellasmemoria) April 27, 2017
And people elsewhere have been following events at the exhibition in Aberystwyth and sharing the video of Cor Gobaith singing the Ayotzinapa protest song at Ty Celf, Maes Lowri:
— Desinformémonos (@Desinformemonos) April 6, 2017