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Public Story
Nada que celebrar
Copyright Sara Escobar 2022
Updated Aug 2021
Topics Celebration, Celebrations, Independence, Journalism, Mexico, Mexico City, Parade, Photography, Photojournalism, Soldiers
Nothing to celebrate

Mexico's human rights and justice situation is getting worst every day. In the context of murders and disappearances, corruption and inequality, the official festivities have no attendance of the mexican people that seems to have nothing to celebrate.

México, 2015

Sara Escobar

Documentary photographer and filmmaker based in Mexico City.
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