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2023 Día de los Muertos Celebration at


A day for the dead: Worcester’s Latino business community aims to bring attention to disparities laid bare by the pandemic

Worcester Business Journal

September 27, 2021

“As Worcester businesses persist in their efforts to return to normal following the coronavirus pandemic, members of its Latino community are asking Worcester to reflect on the disproportionate losses felt by people of color in the city…”

MARKA27 uses murals to have agency in how the stories of people of color get told.

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Muralist Victor ‘MARKA27′ Quiñonez shares his beautiful resistance

The Boston Globe

Saturday, October 30, 2021

“Día de los Muertos is a tradition started thousands of years ago with the Aztecs and it evolved over time. It is rooted in remembering your ancestors. Death is not the end. It’s a transition into thinking about each other on a spiritual level, holding each other’s ancestors and relatives stories. Sharing those stories with your grandchildren and your children…”

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