Chantal Flores is a freelance journalist in Mexico City. She is currently working on her first book, focused on the parents of Mexico’s disappeared. Her writing has appeared at Vice, Rolling Stone Mexico and Upworthy.
Mexico Has Become a "Roofless Prison" for Haitian Refugees—With Biden's Help
Thousands of migrants are trapped at the border as the United States and Mexico crack down on deportations—under Biden's policies, many will be expelled.
Will the Mexican President-Elect’s “New Revolution” Include the Thousands of Disappeared?
Abandoned by the state, families are continuing the search for their missing loved ones. Andrés Manuel López Obrador has an opportunity to help.
This Mother’s Day, Mexican Moms Marched for Their Disappeared Children
Mothers are demanding the return of their missing children—and charging the Mexican state with culpability.
Since the 43 Students Went Missing, 130 Bodies Have Been Found Outside Iguala, Mexico
The students' bodies haven't been found, except for one bone fragment. But rural Mexicans are seeking answers in a larger epidemic of disappearances—and unearthing graves.