Some call it Día de la Raza, some Columbus Day, some Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Today marks the date the European Invasion of the Americas began. That October of 1492 until 2020, battles of people, ideas, religions and germs changed life for the tribal peoples and people from Europe forever. Those of us who live in […]Read more
Who Was the First Indigenous Woman Presidential Candidate in Mexico?
Perhaps *when* would be a good question too. María de Jesús Patricio Martínez, known as Marichuy, became a presidential candidate in 2017 for the 2018 Mexican Presidential elections. Marichuy is a Nahau woman who was born in Jalisco in 1964. She is a traditional healer who’s used Nahau wisdom to cure many people who cannot […]Read more