Teocalli Cultural Academy members, from left, Krystal Ramos, Casandra Hernandez, 11, and Leanne Oliva, 12, all of Fresno, watch from the sidelines at the Cinco de Mayo Festival at Courthouse Park on Sunday in downtown Fresno.
Teocalli Cultural Academy members, from left, Krystal Ramos, Casandra Hernandez, 11, and Leanne Oliva, 12, all of Fresno, watch from the sidelines at the Cinco de Mayo Festival at Courthouse Park on Sunday in downtown Fresno. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Teocalli Cultural Academy members, from left, Krystal Ramos, Casandra Hernandez, 11, and Leanne Oliva, 12, all of Fresno, watch from the sidelines at the Cinco de Mayo Festival at Courthouse Park on Sunday in downtown Fresno. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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