Cinco de Mayo
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The National Trust for Historic Preservation is ensuring that historic places on HBCU campuses are preserved. After announcing that Howard University’s Founders Library will be named a national treasure in February, it was recently revealed that Morgan State University will receive the same honor. The institution and the National Trust will team up to create […]
It’s Cinco de Mayo this weekend, which means tons of tequila. We have selected 6 of the very best tequila based cocktails to have you…
There have been and are some great Americans of Mexican decent in the United States. Take a look at some of the most famous ones here.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French army in 1862’s Battle of Puebla. While the holiday doesn’t have great significance in Mexico, in the United States Cinco de Mayo is a widely acknowledged as day to to recognize and celebrate Mexican culture and pride.
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