Celebrating Anahuac Heritage

Mexica New Year

Saturday, January 30, 2010, Santa Ana, CA


More videos will be posted in the upcoming week

Pictures by Naui Ocelotl Huitzilopochtli, Cuauhtlatohuac, and Citlalli Citlalmina Anahuac

Coyotl hosted the first half of the program.

Gabby Trujillo shared her experience in teaching our youth the truth of who they are

Arturo Tolenttino did a presentation about Purhepecha language and culture.

Scott Celtic Knot gave a joint presentation with Gema Suarez on the Nican Tlaca cultures of the South West.


Nelyollotl Toltecatl gave a presentation on the over-all condition of our people and creating a connection to our identity and heritage.



Enrique Morones from Border Angels came to invite our people from Los Angeles to participate in the Marcha Migrante 5.

Olin Tezcatlipoca opened the English language section of the program with a presentation on our Anahuac Theology.


Citlalli Citlalmina Anahuac presented on the need to challenge the White Supremacy that lurks in Chicana Feminism.

Carlos Cordova presented the White Supremacist history of the term "Raza."



Nelyollotl Toltecatl talks about the colonization that occured in the "Indian Schools" throughout Anahuac.

Fundraising to maintain the basic costs of the Mexica Movement and Colectivo Tonantzin.



We estimate that over 80 people joined us in the second segment of our program and about 40 for our Spanish language segment. It was a great turnout! Thanks to everyone for helping make this event memorable!

Naui, Cuauhtlatohuac, Olin , and Manuel share a conversation after the event.

Cuauhtlatohuac and Nelyollotl enjoying the event.

This joint event was organized by the Mexica Movement and Colectivo Tonantzin. We were all very pleased with the turn-out. We will be planning more events like this throughout the year. Stay tuned to our website for the latest updates and announcements. Some of the presentations will be airing on youtube.