Mexican Christmas Traditions 1

Mexican Christmas Traditions

Did you know Mexican Christmas season isn’t over until February 2nd? There’s many traditions of Christmas in Mexico. Some originated in Spain, while others developed in Mexico. These festivities happen […]

7 Latin American Christmas Traditions [VIDEO]

7 Latin American Christmas Traditions [VIDEO]

For many Latinos, Christmas Eve is even more important than Christmas morning. But this isn’t the only tradition that exists in Latin America. Here’s 7 that you may not have […]

Meaning of Las Posadas 1

What is Las Posadas?

Posadas are an important part of Mexican Christmas celebrations. They’re held in neighborhoods for 9 nights across Mexico, and also becoming popular in the United States. The word posada means […]

La Virgen de Guadalupe [HISTORY]

La Virgen de Guadalupe [HISTORY]

Every December 12, Catholics all over the world (especially in Latin America) celebrate the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe. But in Mexico this day is one of the most […]

21st Annual Fruitvale Dia Los Muertos // Oakland

21st Annual Fruitvale Dia Los Muertos // Oakland

Announcing the 21st Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival! Dia de los Muertos Festival celebrates our traditions with talented artists, unique craft vendors, retailers and musicians. Every year the highlight […]

2016 Dia De Los Muertos in Bay Area 2

2016 Dia De Los Muertos in Bay Area

Bay Area’s biggest list of Dia de los Muertos! In Mexico, November 1st is All Saints day. A day to honor and respect the innocents, children & infants. November 2nd […]

Latino films @ UC Berkeley Center for Latin American studies

FREE Latino films @ UC Berkeley

Check out this week’s free Latino films! Take advantage of free films by Center for Latin America Studies (CLAS) department of UC Berkeley. CLAS works to create a community of […]