INAH to work with Mexican Chroniclers to promote culture

Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History has agreed to collaborate in the promotion of cultural heritage
INAH to work with Mexican Chroniclers to promote culture
“This is meant to promote the exchange of historic knowledge to sustain technical rulings at INAH," claimed José María Muñoz Bonilla - Photo: Alejandra Leyva/EL UNIVERSAL
26/10/2018
19:22
Notimex
Mexico City
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Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and the National Federation of Mexican Chroniclers Associations have signed an agreement to collaborate in the enhancement of the country’s cultural heritage.

Within the Citadel of the National Museum of History at the Castle of Chapultepec, José María Muñoz Bonilla, coordinator of Mexico’s INAH centers, stated that the agreement was made to train community groups for the protection, preservation, research, and dissemination of the country’s cultural heritage.

“This is meant to promote the exchange of historic knowledge to sustain technical rulings at INAH. We want to promote information campaigns to preserve our collective memory, our celebrations and traditions, as well as the historic memory of illustrious events and characters in our community,” he added.

Manuel González Ramírez, chairman of the National Federation of Mexican Chroniclers Associations committee, said that chroniclers from the 21st century worked to capture images and communicate them to leave a testimony of their experiences. All the more reason to establish a relationship with their direct environment and promote criticism and honesty.
 

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