The highlight of Saturday night’s “Art Walk” didn’t even take place within the Artist Village. Hands down the highlight of the evening was Sal Rojas’ Afro-Mexican photography exhibit held at wonderful little store, Calacas, located at 324 W. 4th Street #B in downtown Santa Ana.
The exhibit, which was presented by BrownPride.com, was called “The Third Root | La Tercera Raiz” and “captures the life of Afro-Mexicans and their communities”. Rojas did a magnificent job with the photos that bring to life the Afro-Mexican culture.
Afro-Mexicans make up more than 5% of Mexico’s population; yet remain invisible to the majority of Mexicans. Continue reading