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Identidad Monumento Revolución Mexicana http://www.forssell.biz/

Identidad Monumento Revolución Mexicana http://www.forssell.biz/

One of my favorite pictures.  Soldaderas of the Mexican Revolution- neat picture

Adelitas~~~ Mexican women who actively participated during the Mexican Revolution. This photo shows the famous Adelitas, faithful to their fathers, husbands and brothers who went into battle and who fought side by side to defend their country.

La Revolucion Mexicana  ~D~

Mexican Revolution of Amor en tiempos revolucionarios - Love in the Time of Revolution.

La Tehuana - Sylvia Ji

Las “Adelitas” de Sylvia Ji

Sylvia Ji- La Tehuana Acrylic and gold leaf on wood panel 2010 80 x

Maria Gonzalez and soldaderas, South Texas border 1900-1920. Soldaderas were female soldiers who fought alongside men during the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920).  The word is also used to refer to camp women who traveled with the troops but did not fight.

LAW OFFICE ART Maria Gonzalez and soldaderas, South Texas border Soldaderas were female soldiers who fought alongside men during the Mexican Revolution The word is also used to refer to camp women who traveled with the troops but did not fight.

Pancho Villa and staff - Mexican Revolution 1910-1920

Pancho Villa Attacks Columbus by Jesse Wolf Hardin, published 2006 Shoot Magazine

For the first time in Mexico's national history 1.38 million Afro-Mexicans are being recognized for their Afro-ancestry by the government.  Mexico is home to a diverse population, but national censuses have excluded documentation of African lineage since the Mexican Revolution of 1910. For 95 years, the national identity for Mexico was "mestizaje," a term that only acknowledges interracial descendants of colonizers and indigenous communities, and ignores the role of African slaves in…

For the first time in Mexico's national history million Afro-Mexicans are being recognized for their Afro-ancestry by the government. Mexico is home to a diverse population, but national censuses have excluded documentation of African lineage since

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