Tag: The Real Heroes of Mexico

What Do Americans Really Think of Mexico? Depends who you ask.

The headline of a recent press release posted on PRNewswire on June 28 read, “New Poll Shows Americans Continue to Have Deeply Negative Views of Mexico.” But do they really?  What the firm omitted from the press release was that…

The Mexico Report Announces Real Heroes of Mexico 3rd Edition – Seeks to Increase Positive Image of Mexico

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (#RealHeroesOfMexico, @TheMexicoReport) One-of-a-Kind Initiative Showcases Everyday Heroes in Mexico to Increase Positive Image of Mexico LOS ANGELES – [April 26, 2016] Today The Mexico Report, an internationally recognized travel blog featuring Mexico tourism news, culture and philanthropy,…

Image & Style Magazine Features The Mexico Report’s “Real Heroes of Mexico” Program

Image & Style Magazine featured The Mexico Report’s grassroots community project, “The Real Heroes of Mexico” in a recent issue.  Started in 2012, this program has blossomed into a thriving annual event where anyone can nominate a person who is…

The Real Heroes of Mexico: Meet Jack Robinson & Catherine Rael

The Mexico Report Presents 2013 Real Heroes of Mexico: Meet  Jack Robinson & Catherine Rael Merida, Yucatan “It is very important to conserve these grand animals. Who knew there were still jaguars in the Puuc region of Yucatán? These people,…

The Real Heroes of Mexico: Meet Julieta Villacaña Cárdenas of Oaxaca

From The Mexico Report’s “2013 Real Heroes of Mexico”, meet Julieta Villacaña Cárdenas Oaxaca, Oaxaca Website: http://www.huboaxaca.org/ “Julieta is a hero. To see her at eight months pregnant, waddling from social project to social project, you do not question her dedication,…

The Real Heroes of Mexico: Meet Romayne Wheeler

2013 Real Heroes of Mexico: Romayne Wheeler Ejido of Munérachi, SW of Creel, Chihuahua Website: http://www.romaynewheeler.org.mx/ Photo by Charles Graham “The magnificent Sierra Madre of Mexico (including Copper Canyon), is the mountainous refuge of 60,000 indigenous Tarahumara, known for their…