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El Costeño by Agustín Arrieta, a painting of an Afro-Mexican boy from Veracruz (c. 1843)
El Costeño by Agustín Arrieta, a painting of an Afro-Mexican boy from Veracruz (c. 1843)
Slaves landed in Mexico by ship's flag from 1450 to 1866
Slaves landed in Mexico by ship's flag from 1450 to 1866
Monument to Gaspar Yanga, founder of the first free town of escaped slaves in North America. The settlement is now known as Yanga, Veracruz.
Monument to Gaspar Yanga, founder of the first free town of escaped slaves in North America. The settlement is now known as Yanga, Veracruz.
Parts of the fort complex at San Juan de Ulúa were built by enslaved West Africans and indigenous Mexicans. In 2017, the fort and the town of Yanga we
Parts of the fort complex at San Juan de Ulúa were built by enslaved West Africans and indigenous Mexicans. In 2017, the fort and the town of Yanga were declared "Sites of Memory" by INAH and UNESCO as part of The Slave Route Project.
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Puerto Escondido.
Puerto Escondido.