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What is Cinco de Mayo REALLY Celebrating
What is Cinco de Mayo REALLY Celebrating

AIR DATE: May 9, 2011

Cinco de Mayo is a huge celebration with food, drinks, and other festivities. But do you know what Cinco de Mayo is actually celebrating? (Hint: It's NOT Mexico's Independence Day.) "Ask A Mexican" columnist Gustavo Arellano tells us its real origins, plus a marketing expert explains why the holiday has turned into "Corona Day."
Gustavo Arellano, columnist, "Ask A Mexican"
Juan Tornoe, Hispanic Marketing Consultant, Hispanic Trending
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