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Mexican Independence Celebration in Louisburg, North Carolina

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Alicia De Dios Fernandez
Alicia De Dios Fernandez
Inmigrante Mexicana. Originaria del estado de Hidalgo, Organizadora, comunitaria, Activista de derechos humanos. Le gusta colaborar en actividades y causas comunitarias . Escribir es parte de ella . Escribe poemas, pensamientos , artículos , ensayos como parte de auto aprendizaje
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In order to help preserve and expand our traditions and culture, the first celebration of the national holidays and commemoration of Mexican Independence was held in Louisburg, North Carolina.

This community civic-cultural event also emphasized the dissemination of the traditional dance groups of the peoples of Mexico that exist in this area of North Carolina, since, as is known, Mexico is one of the most culturally rich countries in the world and Mexican migrants preserve their deep-rooted roots crossing the borders.

The festival featured the presentation of several local traditional dance groups from Mexico, starting the program the Purépecha dance of the old people from the state of Michoacán, whose origin dates back to pre-Hispanic times.

Also present was the dance of the petate bull, which is practiced in the Costa Chica area of the state of Guerrero, whose main theme is the representation of the livestock activity that was the main activity during the colonial era.

Another dance group that magnifies the event was the traditional horse dance, with great cultural and religious value that began in the mid-19th century in the state of Zacatecas and was also adopted in the state of San Luis Potosí and Tamaulipas.

The typical folk dance of the state of Jalisco could not be missing, being the best known and most representative in the world.

Closing the event is the Hidalguense style huapango, a dance representative of the state of Hidalgo and Huasteca states such as Querétaro, Veracruz, Tamaulipas, Puebla and San Luis Potosí, which emerged from the mix of pre-Hispanic and European music since the 17th century.

It is worth mentioning the importance of preserving our culture, and these local groups in North Carolina fulfill an important mission in this regard.

This celebration was joined by different local artists of all ages to liven up and support the community and the purpose of this event.

Special thanks to La Revista Latina and Citlali Bernal for accepting the invitation to give the ceremony commemorating Mexico's cry for independence in Louisburg, North Carolina.

Long live Mexico!

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#FiestasPatrias #LouisburgNC #Mexico #NorthCarolina #vivamexico #independencia2022

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