Parade and Carnival of the Day of the Dead in Iztapalapa

Iztapalapa is one of the 16 zones or boroughs (delegaciones in Spanish) in Mexico City, and the most populated one. On November 1st, Iztapalapa Mayor’s Office held a parade/carnival across its streets. The following video was shot for the cultural center El Transformador. Enjoy!

“Parade and Carnival of the Day of the Dead in the First Iztapalapa Mayor’s Office held on November 1, 2019, with the participation of various cultural organizations and the Iztapalapense citizenship. Video made by the Guerreros Cine Collective of the Film and TV Workshop of the Arts and Crafts Center El Transformador.”
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My name is Damian Romero. I am a Ph.D. candidate in Hispanic Linguistics at the University of Arizona with a strong focus on corpus linguistics and natural language processing. My research interests lay in the fields of computational social sciences and digital humanities. I also build applications that help companies process natural language data. Click on my picture for my full profile where you will find my website, student profile, and my professional FaceBook account.

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