What is Cinco de Mayo? A teacher’s TikTok videos put a Gen Z lens

Aimee Preciado has been participating in her local Cinco de Mayo celebrations in McFarland, California, for almost a decade now. For a long time she thought the Mexican holiday celebrated the country’s independence.“I just never thought too deeply about it,” said Preciado, 17, a junior of Mexican American heritage at McFarland High School.She learned more about the history and significance of Cinco de Mayo when she viewed a video on TikTok posted by her world history teacher.

Source: What is Cinco de Mayo? A teacher’s TikTok videos put a Gen Z lens

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