Mexican Independence Day
Mexican Independence Day

Mexican Independence Day Celebration Goes Virtual 2020

Mexican Independence Day Celebration Goes Virtual Tweets on Twitter 2020

Mexican Independence Day Celebration Goes Virtual
So once again @Chicago_Police have failed to detect and prevent a nightmare downtown when clearly thousands of other people knew. Hope no one downtown needs an ambulance or fire truck tonight because nothing’s getting anywhere. @chicagosmayor
There’s no nightmare downtown. People are out celebrating Mexican Independence Day. It’s similar to when people go out, drive around in celebration when teams win, like when th Cubs won. The police is policing and making sure the traffic stays in certain areas.


So once again @Chicago_Police have failed to detect and prevent a nightmare downtown when clearly thousands of other people knew. Hope no one downtown needs an ambulance or fire truck tonight because nothing’s getting anywhere. @chicagosmayor


Reporting live from in the middle of the downtown portion of Chicago’s Mexican Independence Day celebration. We are here by accident and loving every second of it!


A reporter from the local newspaper La Prensa Libre was told to leave the Mexican Independence Day Celebration in Springdale by one of the organizers. Being confused for a protester because she’s Latinx. Wow. This event wasn’t for us.


Local Las Vegas man turns front lawn into an art installation celebrating Mexican culture, he says it’s to celebrate Mexican Independence Day. More on this and a celebration he held coming up on @8NewsNow at 11 PM


Tomorrow is Mexican Independence Day, but the celebration begins tonight!
On the 15th, Father Hidalgo dió el grito de la independencia

“VIVA MEXICO!” 🇲🇽


Though most major roads are blocked downtown Chicago, many found a way to Michigan Ave tonight for the annual cruising as a celebration of the upcoming Mexican Independence Day on Sept 16.


#ElGritoLA2020 will be held virtually for the first time ever due to COVID-19 and can be streamed from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday night. The event typically brings Angelenos together at City Hall to celebrate Mexican Independence Day.

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Mexican Independence Day Celebration Goes Virtual Videos on Youtube 2020

Source: ABC7

Localish LA celebrates Mexican Independence Day. We study the history of El Grito, look back at the East LA Mexican Independence Day Parade, and visit a local restaurant for a popular Mexican dish.

Source: Rj Monica

Hi Guys here I’m with another video from Mexico, in this video, I’m gonna show how the Mexican’s celebrate their independence. They have their cultural dance along with a lot of fireworks in their celebrations. it is really nice to be a part of their celebrations. Like me on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/imrjmonica/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roselinmonica/ Email me at- [email protected]

Source: The New Travel

This is the story of my experience in Mexico City for Mexican Independence Day. Join me as I discover a 208-year-old Mexican tradition — El Grito de Independencia!