Individuals from Mexico's native networks rioted of the capital on Tuesday to commend their legacy and request more freedoms.

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Their Mexico City walk denoted the United Nation's Day of the World Indigenous Peoples.

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Among those partaking were native gatherings from the south-western province of Oaxaca like Triqui,

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Mazatec and Zapotec, as well as gatherings from southern Chiapas state, like the Tzetal.

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Representative Pascual de Jesús said the thought behind the procession was to give perceivability

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to the numerous native individuals living in the capital and to battle separation.

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''The Devils of Juxtlahuaca customarily play out their dance on 25 July, 

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the banquet day of Santiago (Saint James), the benefactor holy person of Juxtlahuaca.

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The dance traces all the way back to the hours of the Spanish triumph of Mexico,

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when Spanish clerics attempted to change over the native Mixtec individuals to Catholicism.

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They coordinated moves addressing occasions in Spanish history which had areas of strength for an importance,

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for example, eighth Century fights to recover control of Spain from the Moors and force Christianity.

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The moves are performed right up 'til now: at a certain point, an artist addressing

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a harmed Moor is given the decision to change over completely to Christianity.

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