14 Dec 2018

Our Lady of Guadalupe as a symbol of Mexican Identity

Our Lady of Guadalupe has represented unconditional love and protection far before she became a pop culture reference in fashion and art. On Dec. 12, 1531, her miracle served as

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06 Nov 2018

24th annual Día de Los Muertos altar festival celebrated in the Mission District

People gather from all over the bay with their yellow and orange marigold flowers, special meals, pictures and festive decorations to the annual Día de Los Muertos altar viewing in

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10 Oct 2018

San Francisco celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day as a formal holiday for the first time

As the stigma around Columbus Day has changed over the course of some years, people have been quick to highlight the atrocious acts of Christopher Columbus, which includes rape, genocide

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07 Nov 2017

Celebrating life and death

This article was previously posted in Spanish. Celebrating the dead is a Mexican concept in which a person can share their emotions with many others participating in the Day of

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20 Sep 2017

A bittersweet Mexican Independence Day

For the purpose of this article, the term Mexican-American is used to refer to a person of Mexican heritage who is living in the U.S. regardless of citizenship status. The

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