Families of femicide victims in Mexico are often left in the dark after they file a crime report; their needs and questions fall on deaf ears. Government agencies designed to handle these cases are not doing the necessary work.
Feminist collectives in Mexico are making up for the lack of action through their own methods, such as public demonstrations and various workshops. Much of the work these women do is often overlooked and disregarded. While their activism is appreciated by the families they help, government officials think otherwise.