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Jane Fonda leads march to force action against Mexican city's women-killers

Stars rally to help grieving mothers after 100 murders in 10 years. The serial murders and disappearances of young women and girls in the bleak Mexican border town of Ciudad Juárez were transformed this weekend from a forgotten tragedy into an international symbol. The grieving mothers and local activists who have been unsuccessfully trying to draw attention to the murders for years found themselves enveloped in a haze of pink banners and scarves, battling through a media circus shoulder to shoulder with Jane Fonda and Sally Field. “One of the horrors is feeling that you don’t matter, that what happens to you and your family has no impact, there are no ripples, you just don’t count,” Fonda told the Guardian. “Part of our coming here is to show these mothers that we are hearing and we do care.” Full Story

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