The month of November marks the time of year when Mexicans honor their loved ones who have died. One of the celebrations is the Catrina Parade.
“Catrina” is a skeleton better known as “Mexico’s Grande Dame of Death.”
For the past five years, one woman has been organizing this iconic parade. More than just a show it’s bigger mission is to rescue Mexico’s ancestral tradition.
Jessica Esquivias is our Urban Voice.
With a growing number of participants each year, Jessica would like to take the Catrina parade to other cities in Mexico and around the world.