mexicanhistory

Barrio Logan, ha sido el centro de las luchas sociales de los mexicanos 🇲🇽 en San Diego. Los murales ahí cuentan la historia de héroes 💪🏻que muchas veces no se incluyen en los 📖. Recientemente, Chicano Park y sus murales fueron incluidos en el registro de lugares históricos de Estados Unidos. -
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#barriologan #chicanopark #sandiego #chicano #chicanohistory #mexicanhistory #herritage #tacos #brewery #coronadobaybridge #whitecoat #chalkboardart #chalkboardwall #chicanoart #california #mexicanneighborhood #gettintoknowsandiego

Barrio Logan, ha sido el centro de las luchas sociales de los mexicanos 🇲🇽 en San Diego. Los murales ahí cuentan la historia de héroes 💪🏻que muchas veces no se incluyen en los 📖. Recientemente, Chicano Park y sus murales fueron incluidos en el registro de lugares históricos de Estados Unidos. - - - - - - - #barriologan #chicanopark #sandiego #chicano #chicanohistory #mexicanhistory #herritage #tacos #brewery #coronadobaybridge #whitecoat #chalkboardart #chalkboardwall #chicanoart #california #mexicanneighborhood #gettintoknowsandiego

Frida 🌹💃🏻🌹 #frida #artist #mexicanhistory #diego #temecularox #rockpainting #makingpeoplehappy1rockatatime 🌹💃🏻🎨

Frida 🌹💃🏻🌹 #frida #artist #mexicanhistory #diego #temecularox #rockpainting #makingpeoplehappy1rockatatime 🌹💃🏻🎨

#throwbackthursday to 2014, when #wordupbooks received a visit from the amazing Beehive Design Collective, a wildly motivated, all-volunteer, activist arts collective dedicated to “cross-pollinating the grassroots” by creating collaborative, anti-copyright images for use as educational and organizing tools. ⠀
Members of the Beehive Collective (based in Maine) presented an epic graphic work entitled "Mesoamérica Resiste." It is the third and final image in the Beehive’s trilogy about globalization in the Americas, focusing on resistance to mega-infrastructure projects that are literally paving the way for free trade agreements that devastate local economies and communities.⠀
We often host local artists in our gallery space - to get involved, please visit our website - link in bio. We'd love to hear from you! ⠀
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#juevesretro hoy volvemos a un evento del 2014, cuando #wordupbooks recibió una visita del asombroso Beehive Design Collective, un grupo de arte activista voluntario y con gran motivación dedicado a "la polinización cruzada de las bases" mediante la creación de imágenes colaborativas y anti-derechos-del-autor para su uso como herramienta educativa y organizativa. Miembros del Colectivo Beehive (con sede en Maine) presentaron una épica obra gráfica titulada "Mesoamérica Resiste". Es la tercera y última imágen en la trilogía de la Colmena sobre la globalización en las Américas, centrada en la resistencia a los megaproyectos de infraestructura que literalmente abren camino a los tratados de libre comercio que devastan economías y comunidades locales.⠀
A menudo recibimos a artistas locales en nuestro espacio de galería - para participar, por favor visite nuestro sitio web - enlace en biografía. ¡Nos encantaría conocerte! ⠀#activism #activistart #nuestrahistoria #wordupevents #tbt #artatwordup #uptownarts #artsevents #weneeddiverseartists #beehivecollective #mural #teachingartists #mesoamerican #mexican #mexicanhistory #artista  #artistsoninstagram #artistasenvivo #artistaseninstagram #resistance #resistencia #uptownmanhattan #washingtonheights #mesoamericaresiste

#throwbackthursday to 2014, when #wordupbooks received a visit from the amazing Beehive Design Collective, a wildly motivated, all-volunteer, activist arts collective dedicated to “cross-pollinating the grassroots” by creating collaborative, anti-copyright images for use as educational and organizing tools. ⠀ Members of the Beehive Collective (based in Maine) presented an epic graphic work entitled "Mesoamérica Resiste." It is the third and final image in the Beehive’s trilogy about globalization in the Americas, focusing on resistance to mega-infrastructure projects that are literally paving the way for free trade agreements that devastate local economies and communities.⠀ We often host local artists in our gallery space - to get involved, please visit our website - link in bio. We'd love to hear from you! ⠀ 🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝⠀ #juevesretro hoy volvemos a un evento del 2014, cuando #wordupbooks recibió una visita del asombroso Beehive Design Collective, un grupo de arte activista voluntario y con gran motivación dedicado a "la polinización cruzada de las bases" mediante la creación de imágenes colaborativas y anti-derechos-del-autor para su uso como herramienta educativa y organizativa. Miembros del Colectivo Beehive (con sede en Maine) presentaron una épica obra gráfica titulada "Mesoamérica Resiste". Es la tercera y última imágen en la trilogía de la Colmena sobre la globalización en las Américas, centrada en la resistencia a los megaproyectos de infraestructura que literalmente abren camino a los tratados de libre comercio que devastan economías y comunidades locales.⠀ A menudo recibimos a artistas locales en nuestro espacio de galería - para participar, por favor visite nuestro sitio web - enlace en biografía. ¡Nos encantaría conocerte! ⠀#activism #activistart #nuestrahistoria #wordupevents #tbt #artatwordup #uptownarts #artsevents #weneeddiverseartists #beehivecollective #mural #teachingartists #mesoamerican #mexican #mexicanhistory #artista #artistsoninstagram #artistasenvivo #artistaseninstagram #resistance #resistencia #uptownmanhattan #washingtonheights #mesoamericaresiste

Today in History: 1819 Adams Onís Treaty . The Adams–Onís Treaty of 1819, also known as the Transcontinental Treaty, the Florida Purchase Treaty, or the Florida Treaty, was a treaty between the United States and Spain in 1819 that ceded Florida to the U.S. and defined the boundary between the U.S. and New Spain. It settled a standing border dispute between the two countries and was considered a triumph of American diplomacy. It came in the midst of increasing tensions related to Spain's territorial boundaries in North America against the United States and Great Britain in the aftermath of the American Revolution; it also came during the Latin American wars of independence. Florida had become a burden to Spain, which could not afford to send settlers or garrisons. Madrid decided to cede the territory to the United States through the Adams–Onís Treaty in exchange for settling the boundary dispute along the Sabine River in Spanish Texas. The treaty established the boundary of U.S. territory and claims through the Rocky Mountains and west to the Pacific Ocean, in exchange for the U.S. paying residents' claims against the Spanish government up to a total of $5,000,000 and relinquishing the US claims on parts of Spanish Texas west of the Sabine River and other Spanish areas, under the terms of the Louisiana Purchase. #adamsonistreaty #spanishviceroyalty #spain #mexico #america #unitedstates #newterritories #newland #americanhistory  #mexicanhistory #todayinhistory #thisdayinhistory #onthisdayinhistory

Today in History: 1819 Adams Onís Treaty . The Adams–Onís Treaty of 1819, also known as the Transcontinental Treaty, the Florida Purchase Treaty, or the Florida Treaty, was a treaty between the United States and Spain in 1819 that ceded Florida to the U.S. and defined the boundary between the U.S. and New Spain. It settled a standing border dispute between the two countries and was considered a triumph of American diplomacy. It came in the midst of increasing tensions related to Spain's territorial boundaries in North America against the United States and Great Britain in the aftermath of the American Revolution; it also came during the Latin American wars of independence. Florida had become a burden to Spain, which could not afford to send settlers or garrisons. Madrid decided to cede the territory to the United States through the Adams–Onís Treaty in exchange for settling the boundary dispute along the Sabine River in Spanish Texas. The treaty established the boundary of U.S. territory and claims through the Rocky Mountains and west to the Pacific Ocean, in exchange for the U.S. paying residents' claims against the Spanish government up to a total of $5,000,000 and relinquishing the US claims on parts of Spanish Texas west of the Sabine River and other Spanish areas, under the terms of the Louisiana Purchase. #adamsonistreaty #spanishviceroyalty #spain #mexico #america #unitedstates #newterritories #newland #americanhistory #mexicanhistory #todayinhistory #thisdayinhistory #onthisdayinhistory

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PHOTOGRAPHER | @rogb12
LOVES  OF THE DAY
February 21, 2018
LOCATION | #CDMX
SELECTED BY | @LOVES_UNITED_MEXICO
CHOSEN BY |@osscarcamo
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THANKS FOR SHARING OUR COUNTRY 🇲🇽 VISIT PARTNERS COMMUNITY:
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#PALACIODEBellasArtes #FineArts #MEXICO #Museum #Mexique #Museosmexicanos #foundinmexico #MexicoLove #exploramexico #travelmexico #neverstopexploring #igtravel #instravel #mexicanhistory #loves_united_america #architecturephotographer #visitmexico #best_worldplaces  #ig_mexico_  #hallazgosemanal #pasionxmexico #iamdigitalnomad #mexicanhistory #artofdesign #eyesoftheday #nightshots

Presents PHOTOGRAPHER | @rogb12 LOVES  OF THE DAY February 21, 2018 LOCATION | #CDMX SELECTED BY | @LOVES_UNITED_MEXICO CHOSEN BY |@osscarcamo OUR TAG | #LOVES_UNITED_MEXICO THANKS FOR SHARING OUR COUNTRY 🇲🇽 VISIT PARTNERS COMMUNITY: * @Loves_United_Family * @Loves_United_Life * @Loves_United_Italy * OUR MAIL | loves.members@gmail.com . . This award will participate in our weekly contest on @loves_united_world * #l_u_t_c_w_2018_february #PALACIODEBellasArtes #FineArts #MEXICO #Museum #Mexique #Museosmexicanos #foundinmexico #MexicoLove #exploramexico #travelmexico #neverstopexploring #igtravel #instravel #mexicanhistory #loves_united_america #architecturephotographer #visitmexico #best_worldplaces #ig_mexico_ #hallazgosemanal #pasionxmexico #iamdigitalnomad #mexicanhistory #artofdesign #eyesoftheday #nightshots

Traditional female attire in San Andrés, Mexico, are huipiles (blouses) with extensive decoration at the neck and sleeves. Their traditional huipiles feature designs in brocade and embroidery on a white, woven background, while the more recent blusa Maya style, such as this huipil, exhibits bold, bright colors made possible by modern thread. 
Learn more about "Empowering Threads: Textiles of Jolom Mayaetik" on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal. http://bit.ly/EmpoweringThreads
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#EmpoweringThreads #mayantextiles #textile #textiles #mayan #mexico #mexican #mexicanhistory #mayanhistory #JolomMayaetik #weavers #weaving #blouses #huipiles #looms #backstraploom #mayanculture #handwoven #sewing #cooperativa #artesanaschiapanecas #chiapas #cojinesartesanales #artesanias #empoweringwomen

Traditional female attire in San Andrés, Mexico, are huipiles (blouses) with extensive decoration at the neck and sleeves. Their traditional huipiles feature designs in brocade and embroidery on a white, woven background, while the more recent blusa Maya style, such as this huipil, exhibits bold, bright colors made possible by modern thread. Learn more about "Empowering Threads: Textiles of Jolom Mayaetik" on display, pre-security, in the International Terminal. http://bit.ly/EmpoweringThreads . . . #EmpoweringThreads #mayantextiles #textile #textiles #mayan #mexico #mexican #mexicanhistory #mayanhistory #JolomMayaetik #weavers #weaving #blouses #huipiles #looms #backstraploom #mayanculture #handwoven #sewing #cooperativa #artesanaschiapanecas #chiapas #cojinesartesanales #artesanias #empoweringwomen

Mm... chili peppers. In Mexico alone, there are more than 140 common varieties grown and used for cooking. It's no surprise, since peppers are believed to be one of the first plants to have been domesticated! Chili pepper seeds from over 6000 years ago have been found in Mexico, and pepper residue has also been found on various ancient cooking tools. Who knew? #MexicanCuisine #MexicanHistory #TheMoreYouKnow

Mm... chili peppers. In Mexico alone, there are more than 140 common varieties grown and used for cooking. It's no surprise, since peppers are believed to be one of the first plants to have been domesticated! Chili pepper seeds from over 6000 years ago have been found in Mexico, and pepper residue has also been found on various ancient cooking tools. Who knew? #MexicanCuisine #MexicanHistory #TheMoreYouKnow

A lot of work goes into planning a museum exhibition. To get ready for "Uncovering Ancient Mexico: The Mystery of Tlatilco," Adrien Mooney, Restoration Specialist from the National Museum of the American Indian, and mount maker Bill Bowser prepare one of the clay figures for display. The exhibit is now open at RAM.  #riversidemetropolitanmuseum #rmm #riverside #museums #archaeology #downtownriverside #exhibits #history #mexicanhistory

A lot of work goes into planning a museum exhibition. To get ready for "Uncovering Ancient Mexico: The Mystery of Tlatilco," Adrien Mooney, Restoration Specialist from the National Museum of the American Indian, and mount maker Bill Bowser prepare one of the clay figures for display. The exhibit is now open at RAM. #riversidemetropolitanmuseum #rmm #riverside #museums #archaeology #downtownriverside #exhibits #history #mexicanhistory

Two grave markers in the floor of the cathedral of Mérida in Yucatán, Mexico. The capital city of Yucatán saw an influx of Chinese immigrants to Mexico in the late 1800s to work in the booming hannequin industry. Hannequin made Mérida rich, 85% of the ropes used in WWI were made of hannequin from the Yucatán. Chinese, Korean and Lebanese immigrants farmed hannequin and married into Mayan families, forming small communities and Mérida that exist to this day. #tomb #grave #gravemarker #cathedral #merida #yucatan #mexico #china #mexicanhistory #chinesehistory #immigration #hannequin #travel

Two grave markers in the floor of the cathedral of Mérida in Yucatán, Mexico. The capital city of Yucatán saw an influx of Chinese immigrants to Mexico in the late 1800s to work in the booming hannequin industry. Hannequin made Mérida rich, 85% of the ropes used in WWI were made of hannequin from the Yucatán. Chinese, Korean and Lebanese immigrants farmed hannequin and married into Mayan families, forming small communities and Mérida that exist to this day. #tomb #grave #gravemarker #cathedral #merida #yucatan #mexico #china #mexicanhistory #chinesehistory #immigration #hannequin #travel

Late post. Olvidé mi teléfono y las fotos son de @donchava415
Este fin fue el tercer domingo que vamos a dar la vuelta al centro, conocemos un lugar y terminamos viendo a las parejas bailar cumbia en el "Baile de la Güera", junto a la Alameda Central.
Fuimos al Templo Mayor y aprendimos que medía 45 metros, 15 menos que la Catedral. Luego al Zócalo a la expo de los estados. La verdad el stand de Baja era el más chafa: solo se les ocurrió  llevar unas playeras de los Xolos y unas cajas de cerveza Tijuana. Compramos cosas lindas de otros lugares y un mezcal de Cuerna que estaba re bueno. 
Después al barrio chino para la fiesta del Año Nuevo. Los mexicanos somos increíblemente buenos para apropiarnos de las celebraciones de otros lados y hacerlas a nuestro modo. Eso, o es que el comercio informal sostiene a hartas familias.  Había como 5 puestos de comida y cosas chinas, lo demás eran elotes y chucherías de a $10. Mientras estaban los dragones bailando, un dude tenía atrás reggaeton a todo lo que le daba su bocina. La reina de la noche fue la nueva puerta roja,  el sitio más concurrido para las selfies. 
Cenamos en un shitty dinner que se pasó de shitty, volvimos a casa y felizmente nos tomamos una foto. 
A la 1 am sonó a la alarma sísmica y salimos corriendo junto a nuestros vecinos. Seguro varios no vuelven a dormir en calzones. .
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#ilovemexico #mexicodf #mexicanhistory #mexicolindo #mexicanlove #barriochino #barriochinocdmx #cdmx #latepost #sundayfunday #templomayor #tenochtitlan #longcaption #weekend #findesemana #mexicocity #mexico

Late post. Olvidé mi teléfono y las fotos son de @donchava415 Este fin fue el tercer domingo que vamos a dar la vuelta al centro, conocemos un lugar y terminamos viendo a las parejas bailar cumbia en el "Baile de la Güera", junto a la Alameda Central. Fuimos al Templo Mayor y aprendimos que medía 45 metros, 15 menos que la Catedral. Luego al Zócalo a la expo de los estados. La verdad el stand de Baja era el más chafa: solo se les ocurrió llevar unas playeras de los Xolos y unas cajas de cerveza Tijuana. Compramos cosas lindas de otros lugares y un mezcal de Cuerna que estaba re bueno. Después al barrio chino para la fiesta del Año Nuevo. Los mexicanos somos increíblemente buenos para apropiarnos de las celebraciones de otros lados y hacerlas a nuestro modo. Eso, o es que el comercio informal sostiene a hartas familias. Había como 5 puestos de comida y cosas chinas, lo demás eran elotes y chucherías de a $10. Mientras estaban los dragones bailando, un dude tenía atrás reggaeton a todo lo que le daba su bocina. La reina de la noche fue la nueva puerta roja, el sitio más concurrido para las selfies. Cenamos en un shitty dinner que se pasó de shitty, volvimos a casa y felizmente nos tomamos una foto. A la 1 am sonó a la alarma sísmica y salimos corriendo junto a nuestros vecinos. Seguro varios no vuelven a dormir en calzones. . . . . . #ilovemexico #mexicodf #mexicanhistory #mexicolindo #mexicanlove #barriochino #barriochinocdmx #cdmx #latepost #sundayfunday #templomayor #tenochtitlan #longcaption #weekend #findesemana #mexicocity #mexico