"We chose a wagon that had light and not have children. A child is not able to understand this message. So I took the camera and when she took off her clothes and stood naked in total silence in front of the 60 people who were there. It was created. A family that was right behind her, understood the idea and made gestures to show their gratitude for our work. The rest were perplexed without making a noise. That was the most difficult time. "
The narrator of this story is Edgar Olguin, a Mexican photographer who devised a provocative way to report the disappearance of the 43 students of Iguala and, in his view, the state complicity.
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