The typical costumes of Yucatan are an important part of the traditional Mexican clothing and were born as a result of the native and European mixture that occurred in the peninsula. Yucatán is a Mexican state located in the southeast zone. Together with the states of Quintana Roo and Campeche, it forms the Yucatan peninsula.
The flag of Barbados is the most important national symbol of this Caribbean country. It was established in 1966, after independence. It is made up of three vertical stripes: blue, yellow and blue. In the central part of the yellow stripe there is a black trident. Barbados was for many decades a colony of the
Raúl Porras Barrenechea (1897-1960) is one of the most outstanding Peruvian thinkers of the last century. A renowned teacher, historian, essayist, diplomat and politician, he always had teaching as a true passion. Whether in school classrooms, university classrooms, in gatherings, seminars or conversations, he always transmitted his passion for Peruvian history and thought, leaving an
The culture of Chihuahua shows a mixture of the groups that interacted during the Colony, as well as the societies that have been inserted today in the state. During the Colony, the aborigines, the Spaniards and the blacks united giving rise to the mestizo culture, which is the one that currently predominates in Chihuahua. From
An opinion letter or open letter is a posting of protest or complaint usually addressed to an individual, but intentionally made for the general public. These pieces are traditionally published by magazines and newspapers. However, due to space limitations in the design of the publication, this right is reserved to recognized personalities and specific persons
Some examples of gender equity are the right to vote for both sexes, freedom of clothing, the same job opportunities or economic independence. Gender equality is a human right that indicates that both men and women should live with the same dignity, rights and freedom. In this sense, gender equity promotes the construction of fairer
The ethnocentrism is the act of judging a different culture itself based on the values and standards that in which the person is immersed. It refers above all to the valuation of phenomena such as the language, customs, behaviors, beliefs and religion of a group of people other than their own. When you think ethnocentrically,