Oct 20, 2012 • Stephanie Adohi, a member of Workers World Party, speaks on the truth about Christopher Columbus, the Spanish mercenaries known... Read More
The Aztecs, who referred to themselves as the Mexica (or Culhua-Mexica), are a Nahuatl-speaking people that dominated large parts of Mesoamerica. The Aztec Empire came down in the 1500s.
Though Classical Nahuatl is an extinct language today, modern Nahuatl is spoken, in many different dialects, by more than two million indigenous Mexicans.
Dec 28, 2010 • La Cuna de Aztlán, a prestigious indigenous cultural protection group, filed a lawsuit on Monday challenging the Bureau of... Read More
Nov 5, 2010 • 17,000 Cultural Sites, including petroglyphs and extremely large earth drawings known as geopglyphs in southern California may soon be... Read More