Mexico Week in Chicago 2022 with art, culture and gastronomy.

On May 3, the first edition of the Mexican Week in Chicago was held by the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago.
 
This will be from May 2 to 10, which promotes and shares tradition, culture and gastronomy with events that celebrate and contribute to the Mexican community that lives in Illinois.
 
According to the Mexican Consulate, more than 2.5 million Mexicans live in Illinois, which represents an ethnic minority in the state.
 
The inauguration was led by the Consul General of Mexico, Reyna Torres, as well as Toni Preckwinkle, President of the Cook County Board, and the Cook County Commissioner, Alma Anaya and Josefina Rodriguez, representing the Secretary of Tourism of the state of Tlaxcala in Mexico.
 
The sculpture "Wings of Mexico" was unveiled, which is made of bronze by the Mexican artist Jorge Marín which celebrates the welcome to immigrants and refugees located in the Plaza of the Americas located in downtown Chicago.

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