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Mexico

A story of a teenage Nahua Indian girl living in Tepoztlan, Mexico in 1948, the expectations placed on her by her culture, her dreams of living in the United States, and how all this changed when she was befriended by young woman archaeologist from the Great Plains of America. This is a story of “the grass is always greener” turned on its head.

You may download any of these files to your computer

Story notes for teachers and photo attributions

View entire story in PowerPoint

View game

View image swatches that can be used to make collage art

Brief pre-post-test survey

Typical diet and a healthy recipe

 

 

 

 

Urban Anthropology Inc
To reach Jill Florence Lackey email jflanthropologist@sbcglobal.net
To reach Rick Petrie email rickpetrie@gmail.com or call (414) 335-3729
General email address: urbanmke@gmail.com

 

 

 

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