This year TANA held our annual Dia de Muertos celebration virtually. Like our past events we featured various traditional components that make it a special event. The community event marked a time to heal and practice the ancestral traditions of honoring those who have passed. The celebration included Danza by Kalpulli Tlayolotl, spoken word with SAYS member Fernanda Hurtado, Songs by Marco Ramos, El Charro de Woodland, altar and medicine songs by Suzy Hernandez (in collaboration with Celia Herrera Rodriguez) and a featured altar with community submitted pictures and videos.
Check out the 2020 Dia de Muertos Celebration & featured ofrenda page: