The flight of Africans into the highlands of Veracruz provided the foundation for a famous rebellion led by escaped African slave, Gaspar Yanga, in Mexico in 1571
Spaniards, African slaves, and indigenous Indians in Colonial Mexico forged a unique ethnic blend known as 'Black Mexico'
The project highlights the Blaxican community of Los Angeles, and celebrates the merging of cultures and identities
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
Publisher and editor Jarrette Fellows, Jr. on how the shared history of Latinos and Blacks in the Americas should be classroom curriculum