In Focus: Citlali Fabian Explores Her Indigenous Mexican Culture

By David Schonauer   Tuesday April 23, 2019

No matter where they may have migrated in search of opportunity, the indigenous people from Yalálag, in Mexico’s Oaxaca state, are bound together by ties of culture and history — ties that Mexican photographer Citlali Fabián’s explores in her work. Fabián’s parents hailed from Yalálag, moved to Mexico City, and returned to Oaxaca City, 90 kilometers from Yalálag. Fabián’s heritage kept her — and others — close to the cradle of her people, who descended from the Zapotecs, notes The New York Times.

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