The Decolonial Atlas
This map combines a few features:
1. It is labelled in Nāhuatlahtōlli (Nahuatl), an indigenous language spoken by about 1.5 million Nāhuatlācah (Nahua people) in Mesoamerica. 30 more words
2 hours, 18 minutes
- Before I go on to the point of this post, always-too-kind Julio (also known as mexicanpolyglot91) recently interviewed me for his YT channel. 457 more words
Jim Horn News
MEXICO’S PRE-COLUMBIAN HERITAGE By James J. Horn, Ph.D Copyright 2003, updated Nov. 2014
Visitors to Mexico cannot help but be impressed by the ubiquitous legacy of the native cultures… 6,639 more words
3 weeks, 2 days
with women at your knees.
In the morning
you’re a warrior,
dressed for everything but me.
Hear that beat growing?
Battle songs through the trees- 92 more words
3 weeks, 4 days
Nāhuatlahtōlli (Nahuatl) is the most spoken indigenous language in Ixachitlān Mictlāmpa (North America). It is the second most common language in Mēxihco (Mexico), surpassed only by Español (Spanish). 14 more words
1 month, 1 week
Yesterday I woke up with nothing to do…nothing to do…so we decided to drive downtown and attend the Dia de los Muertos Procession, Reception and Altar Exhibit hosted by… 283 more words
1 month, 2 weeks
By Laura Matthew
Riding the camioneta is a classic gringo experience in Guatemala. But it can be confusing. Buses to Quetzaltenango, for instance, say that they’re going to Xela. 669 more words
1 month, 3 weeks