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Cinco de Mayo celebrations turn to help Latinos affected by COVID

“Cinco de Mayo was made in the United States by Latinos who proudly carried the flags of the United States and Mexico to show their support for both the Union and its values ​​and for the Mexican victory over the French, who sought to undermine those values,” says David Hayes-Bautista, LPPI expert.

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“Cinco de Mayo was made in the United States by Latinos who proudly carried the flags of the United States and Mexico to show their support for both the Union and its values ​​and for the Mexican victory over the French, who sought to undermine those values,” says David Hayes-Bautista, LPPI expert.

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