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The African Presence in México: From Yanga to the Present 

When: May 9-Aug. 23 2009
Tracing the history and culture of enslaved Africans brought to Mexico in the 1500s. Exhibit covers the story of Yanga, a runaway slave elder, the abolition of slavery in 1810, the Mexican War of Independence, and 18th-century caste paintings.

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