The Other Halloween

With so much focus on America’s increase in multiculturalism, many tend to overlook the mono-cultural movement occurring in the wake of international community fusion.  Julia Preston, a New York Times writer, published this article titled The Day of the Ghouls vs. the Day of the Dead a few years ago.

Mexico’s turn to Halloween began two decades ago and boomed as the country’s economic and political opening produced an explosion of trade and travel across the border with the United States…

”This comes from the United States, but we can take culture from wherever we want,” said Guillermo Morales…

Visit this link to the New York Times to read this full article.

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