Miami Cinco de Mayo Survival Guide

Miami Cinco de Mayo Survival Guide

Miami Cinco de Mayo Survival Guide

California Highway Patrol officers will be doing their normal patrols this weekend, as Cinco de Mayo is not covered under the CHP's maximum enforcement patrols, according to Officer Siara Lund of the CHP's media relations office. It's a holiday that often celebrates Mexican culture and food. The event organizers say today is a celebration for Mexico, but also a way to bring different communities together. The victory, though small in the grander scheme of the war, became a symbol of resistance for Mexicans.

It was also a landmark date for the rest of the Americas as no other country in the continent has been invaded by any other European military force since the Battle of Puebla.

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Cinco de Mayo has gained traction over the last few years, becoming one of the most popular foreign holidays in the US, although many do not know the history or meaning behind it. Cities and towns with large Mexican-American populations have held parades, put on shows with mariachi music and folk dances, and enjoyed traditional food including mole poblano since the 1960s when Chicanos raised awareness around it. It is much more popular in the Unites States and has been celebrated by American citizens since the 1860s.

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