‘It’s time to show our muscles’: Inside Mexico’s femicide capital
Dalilah Loza is 15 and dreams of being an orthodontist, or an economist – perhaps even a photographer. But most of all she wants to be the voice of her mother.
“I’m the only one who can speak for her now. I’m her daughter. I’m the only one who really cares,” said the teenager, whose 33-year-old mother was murdered at their home in Tijuana last September as she and her baby brother looked on.
Before last month Dalilah had never taken part in a political protest. But when Mexican feminists...