Posts tagged Elvia Carillo Puerto
Empodera | Elvia Carillo Puerto | Drop 2

In 1912, Elvia created the first resistance league for women in Motul, Mexico. She helped lead the fight against sexism and changed Mexican History for all women! Within the next 7 years, Elvia traveled the countryside to organize campesina women and to launch campaigns for literacy and birth control. In 1925, Elvia ran for Federal Deputy in San Louis Potosi where she was shot at 8 times during her campaign. In a time where women were not even considered citizens, Elvia and many others took it upon themselves to stand up and fight for what they felt was right.

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Why Do People Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos | Mexican History

Dia De Los Muertos is a holiday that is celebrated throughout Latin America on November 1st and 2nd. It ‘s a huge part of Mexican History and Mexican Culture. After doing some research I found that this ritual dates back thousands of years and was practiced largely by central Mexico. On November 1s and 2nd it's believed that the border between our world and the spirit world open.

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Nos Liberaremos | Mexican Independence

 On the morning of September 16, 1810 there was a battle cry that rattled Mexico. Miguel Hidalgo is known as, "The Father of Independence" because on that early morning he gave the speech now known as, "El Grito de Dolores." The church bells rang letting his parishioners know that the time to fight was now.

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