Heritage And History Celebrated At Mexican Independence Day Parade

Heritage And History Celebrated At Mexican Independence Day Parade


COULD’VE BEEN GANG RELATED. POLICE WANT TO TALK TO A DRIVER. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TURNED OUT TO OUR HERITAGE AND HISTORY. “CBS 2” SHOWS US ICE AND SOUNDS FROM THE MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE PARADE. ♪ ♪ MUSIC FILLED THE AIR IN EAST LOS ANGELES AS THOUSANDS LINED THE STREETS TO CATCH A GLIMPSE OF THE MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE PARADE. I THINK IT’S PRETTY GOOD. FOR THIS YOUNG LADY, IT’S HER FIRST TIME. BUT HERE IN EAST LA, THIS PARADE HAS BEEN GATHERING MEXICAN AMERICANS FOR 73 YEARS. ♪ THIS IS THE TRADITION I HAVE EVERY SINGLE YEAR WE PUT MY FAMILY. IT’S VERY NICE TO BE HERE. WE’VE GROWN UP HERE. WE LIVE DOWN THE STREET SO THIS IS SOMETHING THAT TRADITIONAL FOR OUR FAMILY. MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY WAS SEPTEMBER 16th 1810. WHEN MEXICANS WERE URGED TO RISE UP AGAINST HIS SPANISH RULE IN RULING. TODAY, ANGELENOS HONORED THE HERITAGE FOUNDED THE CITY OF ANGELS. FIRST OCCUPIED BUY SPAIN, AND THEN BUY MEXICO. THIS AREA DIDN’T BECOME PART OF THE UNITED STATES UNTIL 1848. IS PART OF OUR HISTORY. THIS YEAR HIS TEAM ENCOUNTER OF TWO WORLDS. A CELEBRATION OF MEXICO’S INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES. I THINK EVERYBODY SHOULD BE CONNECTED WE PUT THIS. THE CULTURE THAT WE HAVE BECAUSE IT IS REALLY BEAUTIFUL. ALL THIS THIS PARADE JUST SHOWED FLASHES OF THE WORLD IN THE PAST THAT MANY IN THE CITY MAY HAVE FORGOTTEN, FOR THOSE WHO COME YEAR AFTER YEAR, THEY

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