Title

Clothing in Mexico

Interviewee

Juana Rocha

Interviewer

Jennifer Sample; Chrissy Brenner; Stephanie Vargas; Quess Brown

Videographer

Chrissy Brenner

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Date Recorded

2021

Date Produced

2021

Date Archived

4/26/21

Notes

UNESCO criteria met: ii and vi.

Subject

Clothing; Traditional Clothing

Cultural Heritage Inventory

Clothing; Family

UNESCO Heritage List Criteria

ii

Geographic Coverage

Mexico

Transcript

“They dress like kind of cowboy, with a hat and actually we have, it’s not ours but maybe it’s a coincidence that you might have boots the Durango brand. But it is similar to the kind of of boots in Durango that we use. This is how the lady’s kind of wear maybe for a party, they young ladies. And this is the how the normal people wear, every single day, nothing special, nothing I don’t know. Just in a little town in a normal community and this is how our old people wear. Just like sweaters I don’t know and for me it’s nothing special. For me it’s like this kind of person just wearing the shirt and the jeans, not wearing questions or depends how the weather is. I don’t know. And also like Stephanie, with wearing some gold in my earring or ring I never change, it’s like normal to wear it. When we are child’s the moms put you and say don’t leave it! don’t lose it! I don’t know it’s a problem if you, you lose some of these things it’s like an object they want you to keep forever.”

Transcript Themes

Clothing; Cowboys; Age differences

Project

Reclaiming Heritage II: Building Social Bonds & Bridges With Cultural Heritage Video Snapshots

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