Mexico's solidarity towards towns
By: Ximena Paredes Menchaca
Mexico's solidarity towards towns in conflict
Since 1937 Spanish people started to come to Mexico, because they were getting away from war, and the repression of Franco government. On 1939, when the war in favor of Franco was over, hundreds of spanish people arrived to Mexico. To give support to others, they founded La casa española, that is now recognized as El colegio de Mexico.
Lazaro Cardenas served as President of Mexico between 1934 and 1940.
Francisco Franco headed the state of Spain from 1936 to 1939.
La casa española
La casa española is now recognized as El colegio de Mexico.
The student movement of 1968
On that time, the world lived conflicts caused by competition between the Soviet Union and the United States to impose its political and economic domain, which is known as the Cold War and caused that freedom of expression seemed to be limited. On the decade of 1960, protests arose large sections of youth who were reported to social policies and economic inequalities, which had in their countries as France, Spain, Germany, Brazil, Italy and Japan