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Last month, feminist activists and collectives seized the Mexican National Commission For Human Rights located in the downtown area. This was a protest towards government authorities and their unresponsiveness dealing with the feminicides occurring every day in our country.

This event was part of a wave of protests all around the country against state impunity, demanding justice for the victims of feminicides and gender violence. A feminicide is defined as the violent death of a woman simply because of their gender, typified in the penal system as the most extreme form of violence towards a woman.

However, the majority of them go unpunished and forgotten by police and state officials.

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