Kindergartens Revive the Revolution
San Luis de la Paz, Gto. Friday, November 18, 2011. The heroes of the Mexican Revolution, including Villa, Zapata, Carranza and Madero, revived this morning in the parade that kindergartens conducted, to commemorate the 101 anniversary of the start of the armed movement.
In front of the old train station, on Railroad Avenue, the march began at 9:00 a.m. The little ones wore their best revolutionary clothes to take to the streets, causing tenderness on those who watched them. Hats, sandals, bullet holders, and braids were abundant.
Some wore sports uniforms and executed athletic routines. They were accompanied by war bands, decorated trucks and even big human figures. The children completed their expedition at the Main Square, where the Mayor, Javier Becerra, and other authorities waited for them.