This thesis analyzes different forms of communication and expression, such as,
testimonial writings, narrative, essays, poetry, cinematography and photography
Through these forms a community can create a collective memory to deal with the trauma
of an event like the one that occurred in México City on October 2 of 1968 With this a
population can keep the memory of this event relevant for future generations, promoting
the continuous exploration for the validity of the tragic event that is known today as the
massacre of Tlatelolco.