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  • Prince Day of the Dead altar bridges cultural boundaries

    Arte Américas executive director Frank Delgado talks about the common thread that runs through all of us, and how the popular El Día de los Muertos altar to the late singer Prince can be seen as an example of how the traditional Mexican holiday crosses cultural boundaries.

Arte Américas executive director Frank Delgado talks about the common thread that runs through all of us, and how the popular El Día de los Muertos altar to the late singer Prince can be seen as an example of how the traditional Mexican holiday crosses cultural boundaries. John Walker The Fresno Bee
Arte Américas executive director Frank Delgado talks about the common thread that runs through all of us, and how the popular El Día de los Muertos altar to the late singer Prince can be seen as an example of how the traditional Mexican holiday crosses cultural boundaries. John Walker The Fresno Bee

Day of the Dead becomes a time for raising social awareness while honoring loved ones

October 28, 2016 4:50 PM