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[video] Secrets of Spanish Florida

Spanish, not English, was the first language in USA! This video needs to be in American history books! (we only get the English version). Spain lived productively with Africans and Natives, unlike England who either slaved or genocide them. See amazing video!   source: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/secrets-spanish-florida-full-episode/3666/

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México en el Corazón @ Plaza De Cesar Chavez // San Jose

  Sunday at 6 PM Plaza De Cesar Chavez 170 S Market St, San Jose, California 95113 Join us on our first official show of the year. This coming by Sunday, 1/7 EFC presents “Mexico en el Corazón”. We are pleased to perform some of four favorites from various states of 🇲🇽 Plaza de Cesar […]

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2018 Dia Los Reyes events in Bay Area

See below all Dia Los Reyes events in our Bay Area! Are you ready for Saturday’s beautiful tradition! January 6th is a special day for Latino children. Known as ‘El Dia de Reyes’ (Three Kings Day), this holiday represents the height of the Christmas season. The date marks the culmination of the twelve days of […]

What Is Día De Los Reyes and Rosca de Reyes?

What Is Día De Los Reyes & Rosca de Reyes?

UPDATE! See all Dia Los Reyes events in our Bay Area! 2018 Dia Los Reyes events in Bay Area January 6th is a special day for Latino children Known as ‘El Dia de Reyes’ (Three Kings Day), this holiday represents the height of the Christmas season. The date marks the culmination of the twelve days […]

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[videos] Miraculous proofs of Virgin Mary Guadalupe’s shroud

Wow! These amazing videos of Our Lady of Guadalupe is full of beautiful facts! According to millions of Catholics worldwide, the Virgin Mary appeared to Juan Diego on four occasions on December 9-12, 1531, asking that he inform the ecclesiastical authorities of her desire to have a shrine built on the exact site where she […]

La Virgen de Guadalupe [HISTORY]

La Virgen de Guadalupe [Dec 12th 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 important holidays of the year! Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patron saint of Mexico. Here, she is known as “La Reina de Mexico” and […]

Navidad en Mexico // Hayward

Navidad en Mexico // Hayward

The Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno is celebrating 50 years of bay area folklorico history, tradition, culture and art . To commemorate this important anniversary the Ballet Folklorico would like to invite you to join us at this special event. BFM will showcase the dance company’s extensive repertoire with colorful costumes and dances from […]

Cruzada Guadalupana de San Francisco

Cruzada Guadalupana de San Francisco // Virgin Mary Guadalupe Pilgrimage

“¿No estoy yo aquí que soy tu Madre?” Map, schedule, about, contact and event photos are posted below. Cruzada Guadalupana de San Francisco is a 12 mile walk from South SF to SF’s St. Mary cathedral. La proxima peregrinacion sera el 9 de Diciembre, 2017. Para mas informacion llamar al telefono 415 333 4868. Our […]

2017 Latino Holidays events in the Bay Area

2017 Latino Holidays events in the Bay Area

The holidays are here! Experience the spirit of tree lightings and festivals all over the Bay Area. Grab your friends and family and marvel at magical fireworks and twinkling lights, hear carolers sing all your seasonal favorites, as the little ones tell Santa their Christmas wishes.   42 Bay Area Latino events! most events are […]

[video] The Real History Behind Thanksgiving!

[video] The Real History Behind Thanksgiving!

Native American Girls Describe the REAL History Behind Thanksgiving Let’s remember all the Indigenous communities who lost their Lives in USA – surrounding this Holiday! Let’s also give thanks and pay respects to our Native Americans, and their culture! Let’s be real and learn their History! LONG LIVE OUR INDIGENOUS! See video!   About video: […]

How Pixar’s Coco Honors Mexico—and Defies Trump

‘COCO’ movie opens November 22, 2017

Finally! COCO has opened, and we’re SO glad they hired Latino consultants to make this movie authentic! [as you know, so few movies do that about Latino culture!] “Coco” already is the highest-grossing film ever in Mexico, where it opened in late October in time for Día de los Muertos. From the depiction of ofrendas […]

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El Teatro Campesino presents La Pastorela

El Teatro Campesino presents La Pastorela November 24 – December 19 Old Mission San Juan Bautista, 406 Second St., San Juan Bautista, CA 95045   2 Videos!     November 24 – December 19 | At Old Mission San Juan Bautista This bi-annual tradition returns to Mission San Juan Bautista as ETC’s longest running tradition. […]