Archive for the ‘Mexico’ Category

Mexico: Afro-Mexicans Recognized in Mexico’s National Census

Mexican citizens may now officially identify themselves as “Afro-Mexican” on national censuses.

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Mexico and Peru: The Black Grandma in the Closet

In Mexico and Peru, Professor Gates explores the almost unknown history of each country’s black population—the two countries together received far more slaves than did the United States.

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Mexico: First Black President in North America? Obama? Guess Again.

Theodore Vincent’s book, “The Legacy of Vicente Guerrero, Mexico’s First Black Indian President” explores the life of Mexico’s president elected in 1829.

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Mexico: Amendment to Franchise Laws

Mexico’s new franchise law amendment requires franchisors to review how franchise sales are conducted, and, if necessary, amend their existing franchise agreements used in Mexico. However, certain aspects of the amendment remain unclear and may make compliance troublesome.

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