Mexico is home to many African-descended peoples who have now immigrated to Southern California. Through intimate portraits, members of three Afro-Mexican families discuss what it means to be Mexican with African roots, roots that are often forgotten, denied and frequently despised.
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Runtime: 21 min.
Genres: Documentary, African-American Studies, Mexico, Cultural Studies
Subtitles / Closed Captioning: Some Spanish subtitles