Mexico is a land of tremors, a fact often forgotten by its people. On September 19th 1985, an earthquake struck the country’s center, leaving 10,000 dead and millions of victims. 32 years later, on the anniversary of the events of 85, the earth shook again, affecting the lives of 12 million people. One of them was Dr Olivia Dominguez, anthropologist of the UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico), who is studying the impact of the earthquake of 1985 together with her students from the National School of Anthropology. Arriving home, she realized that the building had been destroyed, and with it her life’s possessions.