Public outcry continues to grow in Mexico two months after 43 students from the town of Ayotzinapa were reported missing -- allegedly kidnapped by police and killed by drug cartel allies. The students' case is one of thousands in a country where police and government corruption are endemic. Activists say upwards of 20,000 Mexicans have disappeared in the past decade. Can the missing students’ case spur meaningful reform? Join the conversation at 1930GMT.

On this episode of The Stream, we speak to:

Luis Fernando Garcia @tumbolian
Human rights lawyer 

Ernesto Schwartz-Marin @eschwartzm
Research fellow, Durham University

Jose Carreno 
Foreign News Editor, Excelsior

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