It sounds like a Latin Halloween but that's not "La Dia de los Muertos." It's an ancient custom that predates the Spanish in Mexico. We hear about its ancient origins and modern meaning for Mexicans and Mexican Americans from University of California, Davis Historian Lorena Orapeza.
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