Chicharito, René Perez, Torreblanca and More Speak Out In Support of #TodosSomosAyotzinapa

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Yesterday, as a massive #20novMX march was unfolding in Mexico City, more public figures came forward to lend their voices, support, and solidarity to the movement of people calling for justice for the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students.

On Twitter, Chicharito broke La Selección’s silence on the matter, tweeting a somber photo of himself in a dark hoodie.

A few hours later coach Miguel Herrera spoke out too:

Meanwhile, at the Latin Grammys (which Univisión bumped to a later time slot in order to broadcast President Obama’s remarks on his executive actions on immigration reform), René Perez of Calle 13 used his performance to cry out for justice. He has been an active protester, joining rallies in NYC and frequently speaking out in the media about the issue:

Finally, in Mexico, musician Juan Jose Rodriguez rallied a group of 30 fellow musicos to create a protest anthem for the missing students:

For more on Ayotzinapa, check out our coverage here.