On September 26, 2014 Mexican police opened fire on college students demonstrating in Iguala, capital of the Mexican state of Guerrero, killing six people. Forty-three students went missing after the massacre. Massive protests have followed the disappearances, demanding justice for the students from the Rural Teachers’ College of Ayotzinapa and an end to human rights violations by the state. Join Laura Carlsen of the Center for International Policy and Professor Ben Fallaw for a panel discussion regarding the history of and state’s role in the human rights crisis in Guerrero. The event will be held onMonday, 6 April at 7 pm in Diamond 141, and is sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program.