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This Is Not Your Normal School in Ayotzinapa Mexico

The Ayotzinapa Rural Normal School in Guerrero, Mexico, had a long history of student activism well before the 2014 kidnapping of 43 of its students.

The Ayotzinapa Rural Normal School in Guerrero, Mexico, had a long history of student activism well before the 2014 kidnapping of 43 of its students. Their classmate Fabián Gonzales explains the school’s history and passion to AJ+.

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