Date: March 26, 2015
During the Ashamed No More event, Mixtecos from Copanatoyac, Guerrero, Mexico impart the value of celebrating and acknowledging their cultural traditions and heritage for building a sense of place and belonging in a new country.
During this one-of-a-kind day, Mixteca women from the unincorporated town of Tonyville share their culinary knowledge and their efforts to preserve the authentic flavors of the mountain region of Guerrero, Mexico. Women will prepare, exhibit and serve a variety of traditional dishes like mole, pozole and memelas using distinct Mexican native ingredients like chile, frijol, corn, epazote and more.
Ashamed No More resembles the indigenous tianguis, or outdoor market — the public space where people gather to tell stories, discuss public matters, display their crafts and artistic talents, and where children play and learn their cultural past and present. The streets of Tonyville will be decorated with papel picado and filled with the traditional musical tones of chilenas.
Date: March 18, 2015
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Date: January 28, 2014
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Date: June 18, 2013
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Date: May 11, 2013
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The meaning behind the word Tamejavi
TAj laj Tshav Puam... (Hmong)
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