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Seri Comca'ac Nacion

Seri Comca'ac Nacion

Digital History..oh my where do I begin? The site contains resource guides for historical eras and topics. Each includes a historical overview, links to the relevant Digital History textbook chapters, bibliographies, classroom handouts, charts, chronologies, film guides,historic newspaper articles, primary source documents, lesson plans, historic maps, music, cartoons, quizzes, and images. {interactive} NICE

UH - Digital History broad-ranging site on US history, including primary documents, timelines, a broad range of subtopics, etc.

Somali women making Laxoox(anjera) or Canjeera: is a flat bread, a kind of pancake served in Somaliland, Somalia, Yemen and parts of Djibouti.

Somali women making Laxoox(anjera) or Canjeera: is a flat bread (with a parallel in Ethiopia's injera), a kind of pancake served in Somaliland, Somalia, Yemen and parts of Djibouti.

Seri Comca'ac Nacion

Seri Comca'ac Nacion

Diego Rivera (December 8, 1886 - November 24, 1957) was born Diego Maria de la Concepcion Juan Nepomuceno Estanislao de la Rivera y Barrientos Acosta y Rodriguez in Guanajuato, Gto.). He was a world-famous Mexican painter, an active Communist, and husband of Frida Kahlo, 1929-1939 and 1940-1954 (her death)

Painter and muralist Diego Rivera sought to make art that reflected the lives of the working class and native peoples of Mexico

Afro-Mexicans | As Mexico still struggles to identify with its African past, there were a few notable Afro-Mexicans who have been imminent in Mexico’s history. Gaspar Yanga (in the paining) was a leader among revolting slaves in Veracruz around 1570. He established one of the first maroon communities (African refugees that escaped slavery in the Americas and formed independent settlements) in the Americas.  He was later declared a national hero.

Afro-Mexicans | As Mexico still struggles to identify with its African past, there were a few notable Afro-Mexicans who have been imminent in Mexico’s history. Gaspar Yanga (in the paining) was a leader among revolting slaves in Veracruz around 1570. He established one of the first maroon communities (African refugees that escaped slavery in the Americas and formed independent settlements) in the Americas. He was later declared a national hero.

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