Video: Comparison of the Miccosukee with the Zoque People of Mexico
The ancestors of the Miccosukee probably migrated out of Mexico around 700 years ago. Their ancestors had been participants in the Olmec and Maya Civilizations, but they found the oppression by Mexica (Aztec) conquerors more than they could bear. This program examines the cultural heritage of the Miccosukee and compares it to the traditions practiced by the Zoque of Mexico today. Are there still any similarities between the Miccosukee and the Zoque? You will be surprised!
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