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The Mexican holiday commemorates the Mexican army’s victory at the Battle of Puebla in the Franco-Mexican War. It’s evolved into a festival of Mexican culture.
Publish Date: Apr 22, 2021
The Mexican holiday commemorates the Mexican army’s victory at the Battle of Puebla in the Franco-Mexican War. It’s evolved into a festival of Mexican culture. People celebrate Cinco de Mayo with feasting, music, and dancing.
bio uh is often confused with mexican Independence day. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexicans army victory at the battle of puebla during the franco mexican war back in 18 62. All right, Mexico actually declared its independence 50 years earlier. But americans will celebrate anyway since it's an excuse to uh you know to drink up some salted margaritas. Anyone yeah coladas, anyone. All of that. Yeah, mexican americans living in the US agree that Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a huge festival that celebrates mexican culture and heritage. Heritage. People marked the occasion with elaborate family feast parties, mariachi music and traditional folk dancing. So happy Cinco de Mayo. Thank you. Uh Thank you. What you gonna do tomorrow? You know this is just a mexican holiday. Right? Not latino. Uh We do celebrate mexican culture and heritage but don't we latino? Yeah, I'm just saying it's Cinco de Maya. I'm not sure. I don't want to say the wrong thing I'm asking. Is it it's a mexican holiday or is it a latino holland? Well, it's mexican because it commemorates the mexican army's victory at the back. Okay, cool. Okay. Against France. They won't I coming over here thinking it's going to be some easy wind. No, punks up in here. What makes, yeah, make oh man, take the X out. Make you go through the world you want. So we go.