Zambo is a term of Spanish origin describing Latin Americans of mixed African and Amerindian racial descent.
The legacy of Mexican California's final governor is enshrined in street names, schools, parks, and businesses across Southern California.
The original pobladores were rewarded by the provincial Mexican government for their sacrifice and hardship in helping forge Pueblo de Los Angeles
Descendants of Africans living in Mexico were finally able to self-identify as Black in the 2015 national census; 1.38 million Afro-Mexicans counted
Afro-Mexicans experience societal neglect and are not recognized as a distinct ethnic and racial group