These are the new Tshirts worn by our frontline warriors.

This is the debut of the Mexica Movement security team. — with Art Gamboa, Yaocuicatl Tlacaelel,Tlacaelel Quetzalcoatl, Ocelotl Cuitlahuac, Atlachinolli Tezcacoatl and Martin Gonzalez

Carlos Cordova with a spur of the moment

idea for education.

Well, what can they be thinking: "We should have killed all of these Indians. Now they are complaining that we stole everything from them."

Xin Ocelotl, holding the sign WHITE RACISTS, came all the way from San Francisco to join us in our protest here in Los Angeles and the one we held at San Juan Capistrano Mission (death camp).

Citlalli Citlalmina Anahuac and Nelyollotl Toltecatl speak in front of the Placita Church against columbus and colonialism. 

Two future leaders for our people: the one with the flag and the photographer behind him.

 

Tlacaelel Quetzalcoatl recruiting for our protest

Miriam Cisar and her family drove from Phoenix, Arizona to join us in the protest here in Los Angeles and the one we held at San Juan Capistrano Mission (death camp).

A future leader of our people leading the march by carrying the flag of the Mexica Movement.


Nelyollotl Toltecatl interviewed by Channel 52 Telemundo.

 

Nelyollotl Toltecatl and Citlalli Citlalmina Anahuacprotesting in front of the Cathedral of Los Angeles

 

Beating the drums of truth against the statue of columbus in the Los Angeles Civic Center.

Our group shot at the civic center where we protested at the Columbus statue.

This is the beautiful photography of Cris, aged 14, nephew of Yaocuicatl Tlacaelel. This was his debut as a photographer at a major event. As you can see this is a great photographer in the making. Imagine what his work will be at 24 with 10 years of experience.

 

 

 

 

This is our protest on the overpass of the Hollywoood Freeway in Los Angeles. Great idea to protest here from Yaot of San Francisco. 

 

Manuel Ramirez setting up the protest signs on the statue of Christopher Columbus.