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The local and state officials would talk about and the essentiality of finishing the federal questionnaire to make sure the area is receiving the maximum the government funding can allot for them.

Distributing Food with a Different Approach: Educating Latino Families about the 2020 Census

A group in Elgin is in search of new ways to promote early literacy and share more information with Latino families regarding participation in the 2020 Census during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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Aztec Eagles: Meet the Mexicans That Changed The Course of World War II

In May 1945, a squadron of P-47 Thunderbolt aircraft poured .50-caliber rounds on a Japanese military convoy, blowing the trucks up in flames. The fighters—who were part of a 300-strong squadron nicknamed Aztec Eagles—were all Mexican soldiers fighting to liberate the Filipino people.
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Meet Dona 'La Malinche' Marina, The Most Important Woman in Mexican History

In the early 1500s, a young native princess named Malinali was sold into slavery. The woman, who is known by many names, was one of the most hated-or most loved-figure in Mexican history.
The 10 Reasons Why Moving to Sacramento is the Right Choice

The 10 Reasons Why Moving to Sacramento is the Right Choice

When you think of California, you probably think of the ocean and beaches.
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Remembering the Niños Heroes: Mexico's Symbol of Honor and National Pride

The legacy of the six young cadets is still remembered today. Their brave actions are still heralded as a symbol of pride and patriotism in the nation.
Nameer Salman

Muslim Communities and Businesses Launch Food Drives for the Needy Affected by the Crisis During Ramadan

Palestinian-American co-owner of Jasmine Café in Texas Nameer Salmon and his restaurant launched a Ramadan food drive distributing almost 6,000 meals to the needy with donations they raised that reached $40,000.
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Archaeologists Unearthed Bones of Mammoths in Mexico

A group of archaeologists unearthed around 60 bones of mammoths in an under-construction airport just north of Mexico City.
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Easy and Budget-Friendly Mexican-Inspired Halal and Vegan Recipes You'll Enjoy This Eid al-Fitr

Serve up the best Mexican-inspired dishes everyone will surely love.
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Eid al-Fitr 2020: How Muslims Celebrate their One of the Biggest Festivals Amid the Pandemic

The global pandemic will not stop millions of Muslims around the world to celebrate one of their biggest festivals, Eid al-Fitr.
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Safest and Most Affordable Countries to Travel in Latin America After the Pandemic

These are the safest and most affordable countries to travel and visit in Latin America after the global pandemic.
Some of the Pros and Cons of Moving to San Francisco

Some of the Pros and Cons of Moving to San Francisco

When we talk about the biggest cities all over the world, we can never forget the greatness of San Francisco.
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Exploring the Lost Treasures of the State of Chihuahua

According to multiple accounts, the Mexican of Chihuahua is home to a vast amount of buried and undiscovered treasures.
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Ancient Spies: Meet the Pochteca, The Aztec Empires Elite Group of Intelligence Agents

The Aztec Empire once held immense power in Mesoamerica. Part of the reason for their success was due to the guild of merchants who traded luxury items and foreign secrets.
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Indigenous Tribes Struggle to Seek Support From Local Governments as COVID-19 Decimates Communities

Despite being remote and isolated from any urban life, the coronavirus is reaching more indigenous groups in the Amazon. With no near healthcare infrastructures and a lack of medical workers, tribes are struggling to survive as the federal governments are handling other priorities.
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1838 French-Mexican War: Unpaid Bakery Debt Started the Revolutionary Pastry War

From 1838 to 1839, France and Mexico fought in a five-month-long war over a pastry chef's rejected compensation. Read the story here.
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Santa Muerte Commands Audience’s Attention After the Premiere of City of Angels

John Logan’s City of Angels is such a different part of the world of the original Penny Dreadful series, but it still exists in the same netherworld through the folklore and traditional tales.
5 tips for selling a home amid coronavirus

5 Tips for Selling a Home Amid Coronavirus

COVID-19 has changed the way businesses are engaging with customers, as well as the way consumers are spending both time and money.
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Xoconochco: The Aztec Empire's Remote Cacao Trading Powerhouse

The town of Xoconochco held one of the most important trading networks in the Aztec Empire. However, due to its remoteness, little is known about the land. Explore its history here.
Unsafe water could make Latin America’s shanty towns an epicenter of COVID-19

Unsafe Water Could make Latin America’s Shanty Towns an Epicenter of COVID-19

A grim consensus among public health experts seems to be taking shape around Latin America's impending COVID-19 crisis. While the region benefited from weeks of valuable forewarning in relation to the current hotspots in Europe and North America, the disease's rapid spread and the underlying realities of inequality in much of the region mean SARS-CoV-2 will soon be wreaking havoc across the Americas. As of May 10th, Brazil had already confirmed well over 160,000 cases and 11,000 deaths, while neighboring Peru had identified nearly 69,000 cases and Mexico had counted just under 3,500 deaths.
Chichen Itza, Merida, Mexico

Did the Ancient Mayan Civilization Establish Themselves in Florida? Explore the Evidence

Some say the Maya civilization once colonized modern-Florida. Archeologists may have found evidence.
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