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The Story of the First Rarámuri Pianist in Latin America

Hailing from the stunning golden sierras of Chihuahua, Romeyno Gutierréz Luna has been passionate about music his entire life. As the first Rarámuri pianist in Latin America, his story is as unique as it is captivating.

Dia de Muertos - A Sacred Commemoration of Life and Death

You’ve seen the sugar skulls, the orange flowers, the intricate makeup, and the altars. You remember something about...

Feminist Activists in Mexico March to Protest Gender Violence

Mexico has faced a brutal epidemic of gender violence for decades. Feminist activists have had enough.

Different Types of Mole

The diversity in the Mexican cuisine ensures something tasty for everyone. Similarly, the different types of mole are sure to add another delight into your life.

What it Means to Have a Mexican-American Identity Crisis

All Mexican-Americans (Chicanx individuals) will have an identity crisis regarding their heritage at some point in th...

Dia de La Raza

October 12th, a day that has upheld its significance  for many centuries, is known as El Dia de la Raza. Although it ...

How We Celebrate Latinx Heritage Month

Latinx Heritage Month— formerly known as Hispanic Heritage Month—begins on September 15th and ends on October 15th. D...

The Best Mexican Art Blogs to Follow

The vibrant Mexican culture that permeates the entire country, has produced a number of world-renowned artists that h...

A Little on Dia de la Independencia

Written by Suleth Villeda on September 16th, 2020   How did the Mexican Independence Movement Start?  By the 19th ce...

El Grito: What is it and what does it mean?

Written by Suleth Villeda on September 14th, 2020   Many have heard about the day thousands of people all throughou...

The History of Flower Crowns and the Women Who Wore Them

Written by Suleth Villeda on September 12th, 2020 Few accessories have had such an enduring legacy and cultural defin...

5 Popular Mexican Refranes Explained

Written by Carmenlucia Acosta  Mexican Proverbs, known originally as Refranes or Dichos are a big part of Mexican tra...
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