Category Archives: Educations

Dia de los Muertos

Mexico's Day of the Dead Her face is unforgettable and she goes by many names: La Catrina, la Flaca, la Huesuda, la Pelona–Fancy Lady, Skinny, Bony, Baldy. A fixture in Mexican society, she’s not some trendy fashion model, but La Muerte–Death. Renowned writer Octavio Paz observes that, undaunted by death, the Mexican has no qualms…
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September – Mes de la Patria

In the early hours of September 15, 1810, father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, accompanied by several conspirators –Allende, Aldama, Jimenez and Doña Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, began an armed uprising aimed at gaining independence from Spain. At 11:30 on the night of September 15, Father Hidalgo rang the bell of his little town church and…
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