Azucar is a popular gathering place for immigrants looking for a taste of home.
Natalie González is a Mexico-based artist and illustrator.
Tania Unzueta is a fierce advocate for the rights of undocumented immigrants around the country.
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Fanny Diego-Alvarez was born in the state of Guerrero in Mexico and moved with her family to Little Village when she was six years old.
The running group has been bringing Mexican-American residents together for six years.
From the traditional dances to the colorful murals, Little Village is all about art, says Omar Magana.
Faustina Montoya is from the Mexican state of Guerrero and has lived in Chicago for twenty-seven years.
After Trump’s inauguration in 2017, some businesses along 27th Street in Chicago’s Little Village lost fifty percent of their sales.
Jaime di Paulo is the executive director of the Little Village Chamber of Commerce. Originally from Guadalajara, Mexico, di Paulo was recruited to come work with the thriving business community here.
Jimena Martinez migrated to the United States with her parents and two siblings when she was five years old.