Mexico's violent history: Activists create memorials

One of most visible anti-monuments dedicated to 43 students who went missing from Iguala, Mexico in 2013.

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    In Mexico City, a series of memorials created by activists call attention to some of the darkest moments in Mexico's recent history.

    These "Anti-monuments" also highlight a number of social problems in Mexico, including forced disappearances and violence against women.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports.


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