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  1. 1. The History Of Mexico<br />By: Todd Beasley<br />
  2. 2. A Journey Of Man<br />From using DNA scientists are able to determine where the history of human begins. The Y chromosome is a part of DNA that can show where it all began.<br />
  3. 3. Catastrophe<br />Around A.D. 535 there was a huge climatic change. The century’s collapse of the Arabian civilization under pressure from floods and crop failure had brought feat to the people. <br />
  4. 4. The Columbian Exchange<br />The Columbian Exchange involved the adoption of efficient healthy American foods such as corn, potatoes and cassava. These foods helped diminish diseases and improve health.<br />
  5. 5. First Stop In The New World<br />Lida had a front and center of Mexico City. Mexico City operates in a constant state of combustible reinvention. Half of its population of 20 million lives in poverty. They grapple with severe traffic, as well as service, transportation and crime problems. The government is in “limbo” but it has also become the most dynamic and spontaneous capital of the World.<br />
  6. 6. Gods, Gachupinesand Gringos<br />Richard Grabman explains Mexico’s multifaced and multicultural past and present. “With Mexicans, ‘history is destiny,’” explains Grabman. “Unless we understand the history, and our own role in it, we will continue to be ‘distant neighbors.” (Grabman)<br />
  7. 7. EX MEX<br />In the book EX MEX from migrants to Immigrants, Castaneda describes the experiences of the Mexican Immigration to the United States in ways , in risking their lives when crossing the border.<br />
  8. 8. EX MEX (Reasons Why immigrants leave)<br />They suffer extremely pain, exhaustion, fear and humiliation because they think everything they do is worth it at the end. <br />They first start with a lower paying job or many other have more than two jobs in order to have a better life.<br />Castaneda also says that Mexicans come to the United States in order to work hard to achieve all their goals<br />
  9. 9. Viva Zapata<br />The Film is about EmilianoZapata, who is a well-born but poorMexicanIndian from a remote province, Morelos, comes to Mexico City to complain that their arable land has been enclosed, leaving them only in the barren hills.<br />
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