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“According to Henry Louis Gates, Jr.’s film on the slave trade in Mexico, the integration of African peoples was so pervasive that every Mexican has an "African grandma hiding in their closet.” The slaves would be forced to work in mines and plantations. Today, the most African communities live in coastal towns, Vera Cruz on the Gulf of Mexico, the Costa Chica region on the Pacific.“ (Wikipedia)

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”… outside the Costa Chica area there is little awareness of their existence. An interium census in 2015 indicated a black population of 1.4 million, or 1.2% of the Mexican population. Even in Oaxaca state they only account for 5% of the total. By comparison, indigenous peoples made up nearly 10% of Mexico’s population, as measured in the 2010 census. The appearance of those who identify as black Mexicans varies considerably. Some are hard to distinguish from indigenous Mexicans.“ (‘The Black People’ Erased from History’ by Arlene Gregorius. BBC News, Mexico. April 9, 2016. bbc.com)

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"The Olmecs were the earliest known major civilization in Mesoamerica following a progressive development in Soconusco. They lived in the tropical lowlands of south-central Mexico, in the present-day states of Vera Cruz and Tabasco.” (Wikipedia)

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“In 1858, a peasant discovered a massive stone head in the ground at Treszapotes in southeast Mexico, on the gulf coast. It had smooth flattened features and appeared to be wearing a helmet. Rumors spread, opening up mysteries and lines of inquiry for future generations of archaeologists.

As it turns out, the work was made by a pre-Columbian civilization that lived from 1200-400 B.C., called the Olmec (the head itself was probably made and buried before 900 B.C.), scholar Jose Maria Melgar Y Serrano visited first, in 1862, theorizing that the sculptures "Negroid attributes indicated long-ago migrations from Africa to the "New World.” Immediately, perceptions of the artwork adopted political overtones.“ (What These Epic Sculptural Heads Teach Us About Mexico - and Our Cultural Biases by Alina Cohen. June 14, 2018. Artsy Editorial. artsy.net)


"As a work of art, it without exaggeration a magnificent sculpture … but what most amazed me was that the type it represents is Ethiopian. I concluded that there had doubtlessly been blacks in this region, and from the earliest ages of the world.” - Jose Maria Y Serrano


“The features (of the Olmec head) are bold and amazingly Negroid in character.” - Dr. Matthew Sterling, 1939


“The Olmec culture was Mesoamerica’s first great civilization. It thrived along Mexico’s gulf coast from approximately 1200-400 B.C. and is considered the "mother culture” of societies that came later, such as Maya and Aztec.“ (The Decline of the Olmec Civilization. Sep. 19, 2018. thoughtco.com)


"The Olmec civilization presents something of a mystery, indeed, we do not even know what they called themselves, as Olmec was their Aztec name and meant 'rubber people’. Due to a lack of archaeological evidence their ethnic origins and the location and extent of many of their settlements are not known.” (ancient.eu)


“The Pecos skull resembles most closely the crania of Negro groups coming from Africa where Negroes commonly have some perceptible infusion of humatic blood.” - Professor Hooton, physical anthropologicist