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Mural Campaign Draws Attention to Violence in Mexico
Mural Campaign Draws Attention to Violence in Mexico


Amnesty International has partnered up with artists to unveil a mural campaign in Mexico City, highlighting human rights violations. The non profit group hopes the mural will help raise awareness of the torture, gender violence and disappearances taking place in the country.

People local to Mexico City have been posting their approval for the campaign to Twitter.

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