In this photographic exhibition by the Artist Edgar Bernal, the deep content of the religiosity of a community of migrants from the P'urhépecha population of Cherán is appreciated. In them we observe what in the culture and language of our original people is called "Tsinskua" which means in its spiritual sense "to revive" that is, to return to life after having passed through death or from an inanimate state of the body .
In this photographic exhibition, artist Edgar Bernal takes us on a visual journey through the Fiesta de la Octava, from the perspective of someone who lives in North Carolina, United States. The photographs capture the emotion of the celebration, showing us the devotion of the people towards their faith and their culture.
The Association of Mexicans in North Carolina (AMEXCAN), is collaborating with the General Consulate of Mexico in Raleigh to bring a valuable week of services to the community. The Mobile Consulate of Mexico and Community Services Week ”Unidos por...
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is reporting the first pediatric flu-related death for the 2023-2024 flu season. A child in the western part of the state recently died from complications associated with influenza infection. To protect the family’s privacy, additional information will not be released.