Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc (DMC) is a community of individuals and families that are dedicated to the preservation, promotion and practice of the Mexica/ Azteca culture including ceremonies, dance, accurate history, arts and craft, and philosophies to name a few.
DMC encourages everyone to become critical thinkers and to formulate one’s own political position on issues that relate to Mother Earth and Humanity like immigration, education, health care, environmental justice, water rights, and the Rights of Mother Earth.
Danzantes (dancers) study dance weekly and present cultural exchanges year round to build understanding, awareness, relationships and unity. The knowledge of these traditions is for everyone to learn, is free, and is passed on using an intergenerational approach.
Each year Danza Mexica Cuauhtémoc proudly hosts numerous ceremonies like Dia de los Muertos, Xilonen (In LA area), Cuauhtémoc, Resistance, and Chalchiutlicue (In Minnesota). We invite you to come visit our ceremonies.
Danza Mexica Cuauhtémoc is an open circle, so if you are interested in learning Danza, please contact a practice near you.