Mexico Twitter

Artwork (Some rights reserved) We are listening and learning by way of Mexico A Twitter List allows us to curate local accounts and voices with varied backgrounds and audiences. Presenting our Mexico Twitter List: A Twitter List by planetanews Government and [email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected] Foreign Diplomats in [email protected] Media / [email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@DuncanTucker [email protected]@[email protected]@dizhsanabani [email protected] [email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected][email protected] Planeta.com

Mexico Links

Mexico flag What would locals like others know about Mexico? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion: HeadlinesMexico’s cultural appropriation ban is off to a messy start – The VergeAMLO Is Fighting to Make Mexico’s Energy a Public Resource – @KurtHackbarth @jacobinmagPower and Spectacle on Mexico’s Southern Border – NACLAMexican President López Obrador tests …

Mexico City’s National Anthropology Museum

Twitter: MNA Archives One of our fave museos: National Anthropology Museum (Museo Nacional de Antropología) in Mexico City. Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10am-5pm. Anniversary celebration on September 17. Google Mapsgoo.gl/maps/QnAn8KXvdnD6guZS7 Key Linksmna.inah.gob.mxGeneral information (Español)Current [email protected]_inah Questions How has COVID19 changed the museum experience for staff and visitors? = ¿Cómo ha cambiado COVID19 la experiencia del …

Guerrero

Photo: júbilo haku, Santa Prisca (Some rights reserved) Guerrero is bordered by the states of Michoacán to the north and west, México and Morelos to the north, Puebla to the northeast, and Oaxaca to the east. Google Mapsgoo.gl/maps/DHRkWidAjisTWUTZ6 Archaeological SitesPalma Sola Parks Cities Features Planeta.com

Mexico News

Poster (Some rights reserved) Mexico news = Noticias de México Planeta.com has long focused on journalism and Mexico, having featured the work of local and foreign journalists covering the country. The following resources are traditional newspapers, magazines, and other dead-tree faves and online portals that provide insights and help explain the past, present, and future …

Tlatelolco

Tlatelolco Metro Spotlight on Tlatelolco Google Mapsgoo.gl/maps/WXGzPKphQKC43db7A 2021 Seminario “Tenochtitlan y Tlatelolco. Reflexiones a 500 años de su caída” VideosTlatelolco: La resistencia. 70 años de investigación El Foco HeadlinesThe tragedies of Mexico City’s Tlatelolco housing complex – a history of cities in 50 buildings – Guardian WikipediaTlatelolcoTlatelolco massacre (October 2, 1968)1985 Mexico City earthquake Planeta

Mexico City Viveros

Photo: Miguel Angel de Quevedo (Some rights reserved) The Viveros of Coyoacán is a working nursery and a not-so-secret garden in the heart of Mexico City. Google Mapsgoo.gl/maps/RRG3q2nTvQHLAbS8A This arboretum was established in the early 1900s by Mexican naturalist Miguel Angel de Quevedo. A monument to one of Mexico’s foremost conservationists stands guard at the …

September 29 is National Corn Day in Mexico #DíaNacionaldelMaíz

Poster: La Cosecha Market (Used with permission) Maíz, also known as corn, is a large grain plant first domesticated by Indigenous peoples in Mexico about 10,000 years ago. The country celebrates September 29 as Día Nacional del Maíz (National Corn Day). Hashtag: #DíaNacionaldelMaíz Planeta.com is curating tweets and other info that show off the variety and vulnerability of traditional …

Corn = Maíz =

Photo: Ron Mader, Maíces biodiversidad y cultura (Museo Cabañas), Guadalajara (Some rights reserved) Maíz, also known as corn, is a large grain plant first domesticated by Indigenous peoples in Mexico about 10,000 years ago. CelebrationsSeptiembre = September: Mes de Maíz (Corn Month) (Mexico) September 29 Día Nacional del Maíz (Mexico) Translating: CornSpanish: MaízAyöök: Tëëmt (Seed) …