Mexican muralists censored in France

The Mexican art collective Tlacolulokos, the special guests of the ElDorado festival in the French.

Really… What is Cinco de Mayo?

Cinco de Mayo is, for many Americans, that day for enjoying Mexican food —yes, everything.

May 1st: “Día del Trabajo” (Labor Day in Mexico)

Labor Day (Día del Trabajo), also known as May Day (Primero de Mayo), is a.

Birth and Death Fashion on the Cat Walk

For much of Mexico’s history, the rebozo (a type of shaw or oversized scarf) was.

Yucatecan actress Ofelia Medina claims the Maya Train Project will create ‘indigenous slavery’

Yucatecan actress, social activist and writer Ofelia Medina, expressed her discomfort for the Maya Train.

7 Things to do on a cruise to the Yucatan

The Yucatán peninsula of Mexico is a popular port of call for many cruises that.

More than 100 thousand tourists visited Campeche during the holidays

More than 100 thousand tourists enjoyed the beaches and other tourist attractions in the state.

World Boxing Council reveals the “Maya Belt” For Canelo vs. Jacobs

Mexican culture is one of the most internationally appreciated, reason why once again, it will.

April 23rd… World Book Day

April 23rd… World Book Day also known as World Book and Copyright Day, or International.

Iztapalapa hosts the largest Passion reenactment in the world each year

Passion Play of Iztapalapa is an annual event during Holy Week in the Mexico City’s borough of Iztapalapa. It.

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Youths with Down syndrome working at Mexican coffee shop

The first coffee shop staffed by people with Down syndrome in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, continues thriving as it nears its…

Police rape allegations fuel protests in Mexico City

A recent string of alleged police attacks on women and girls has led thousands of women to take to the…

Mexican berries exported to China

After having reached exports amounting to 2,241 million dollars in 2018, producers and exporters of berries in Mexico are looking…

Querida Familia Latina, the letter of solidarity from Latinx leaders

Actresses America Ferrera and Eva Longoria are leading a group of over 200 Latinx writers, artists, and leaders who have…

AMLO places his name on Mexico’s public school’s fifth-grade History Books

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has placed his name on Mexico's public school's fifth-grade History books, highlighting himself as…