Believing superstitions is important to Latino culture

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It’s Hispanic Heritage Month and one of the important aspects of celebrating the Latino culture is the passing down of old motherly superstitions.

The kind of superstitions that are really believable when you are young and only kind-of believable when you get older. And yet, we still believe them because nana and mama told us that they were true. The superstitions…

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