Mexican American Museum

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Why we celebrate 5 de MayoinUSA?
04/25/2016

Why we celebrate 5 de MayoinUSA?

Join our round table discussion about The 5 De Mayo battle of Puebla.
05/01/2015

Join our round table discussion about The 5 De Mayo battle of Puebla.

Another successful event by the Mexican American Museum at the UNAM University in Chicago. We thank all the supporters a...
11/25/2014

Another successful event by the Mexican American Museum at the UNAM University in Chicago.

We thank all the supporters and visitors who attended for an unforgettable evening of history and culture.

We invite you to be part of our closing exhibition today from 6PM-9PM at The OPEN Center for the Arts: 2214 S. Sacrament...
10/16/2014

We invite you to be part of our closing exhibition today from 6PM-9PM at The OPEN Center for the Arts: 2214 S. Sacramento Ave. Chicago, IL. 60623. We also thank our sponsors: The Little Village Chamber Of Commerce, COSCO, The Little Village Rotary Club and the Mexican Consulate of Chicago.

OPEN Center for the Arts
10/09/2014

OPEN Center for the Arts

The Mexican-American Museum is presenting a glimpse made up of past and present data and images of leaders from the Military, Business Areas, Civil Rights, Cultural, Education, Science and Technology, Sports and Movies. This information will be available to the community from its upcoming web portal which will display profiles of Mexican-American leaders and Mexican leaders that had contributed in the United States.

El acervo documental de historia del Museo México-Americano esta conformado por datos e imágenes de líderes de los ámbitos Militar, Empresarial, Derechos Civiles, Cultural, Educación, Ciencia y Tecnología, Deporte, Política y Cine. Esta información estará a disposición de la comunidad desde su próximo portal y parte de los perfiles de estos protagonistas mexicanos y méxico-americanos.

We thank The Mexican Consulate, The Little Village Rotary Club, The Little Village Chamber of Commerce and all those who...
09/22/2014

We thank The Mexican Consulate, The Little Village Rotary Club, The Little Village Chamber of Commerce and all those who joined us for a memorable night during our ribbon cutting ceremony on September 18th, 2014. We also thank Jaime Di Paulo Zozaya, Executive Director at The Little Village Chamber of Commerce for been our Master of Ceremonies and his inspirational speech.

We thank The Mexican Consulate, The Little Village Rotary Club, The Little Village Chamber of Commerce and all those who joined us for a memorable night during our ribbon cutting ceremony on September 18th, 2014. We also thank Jaime Di Paulo Zozaya, Executive Director at The Little Village Chamber of Commerce for been our Master of Ceremonies and his inspirational speech.

Mexican America Museum's Opening Ceremony
09/21/2014

Mexican America Museum's Opening Ceremony

We thank The Mexican Consulate, The Little Village Rotary Club, The Little Village Chamber of Commerce and all those who...
09/19/2014

We thank The Mexican Consulate, The Little Village Rotary Club, The Little Village Chamber of Commerce and all those who joined us for a memorable night during our ribbon cutting ceremony on September 18th, 2014. We also thank Jaime Di Paulo Zozaya, Executive Director at The Little Village Chamber of Commerce for been our Master of Ceremonies and his inspirational speech.

We thank The Mexican Consulate, The Little Village Rotary Club, The Little Village Chamber of Commerce and all those who joined us for a memorable night during our ribbon cutting ceremony on September 18th, 2014. We also thank Jaime Di Paulo Zozaya, Executive Director at The Little Village Chamber of Commerce for been our Master of Ceremonies and his inspirational speech.

Timeline Photos
09/16/2014

Timeline Photos

Join us for our ribbon cutting ceremony and exhibition! Thursday September 18th, 2014 at 6:00PM.
09/11/2014

Join us for our ribbon cutting ceremony and exhibition! Thursday September 18th, 2014 at 6:00PM.

Little Village Rotary Club
08/27/2014

Little Village Rotary Club

Another successful event!

Join us at our next event, August 16th 2014!
08/01/2014

Join us at our next event, August 16th 2014!

Join us and let us celebrate our Mexian American veteran heroes!
05/05/2014

Join us and let us celebrate our Mexian American veteran heroes!

The Mexican American Museum will be present with an exhibitors booth on Saturday/Sunday April 5th and 6th at the Edward ...
04/03/2014

The Mexican American Museum will be present with an exhibitors booth on Saturday/Sunday April 5th and 6th at the Edward James Olmos Book Fair at Unity Junior High School in Cicero, IL. Come visit us!

Timeline Photos
04/03/2014

Timeline Photos

Dr. Hector Garcia Perez (January 17, 1914-July 26, 1996) was a Mexican-American physician, surgeon, World War II veteran...
03/20/2014

Dr. Hector Garcia Perez (January 17, 1914-July 26, 1996) was a Mexican-American physician, surgeon, World War II veteran, civil rights advocate, and founder of the American G.I. Forum. As a result of the national prominence he earned through his work on behalf of Hispanic Americans, he was instrumental in the appointment of Mexican American and American G.I. Forum charter member Vicente T. Ximenes to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in 1966, was named alternate ambassador to the United Nations in 1967, was appointed to the United States Commission on Civil Rights in 1968, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, in 1984, and was named to the Order of St. Gregory the Great by Pope John Paul II in 1990. In 1998 he was posthumously awarded the Aguila Azteca, Mexico's highest award for foreigners, in a ceremony in Corpus Christi Texas.

Welcome to the Mexican American Museum in Chicago!
03/20/2014

Welcome to the Mexican American Museum in Chicago!

Thanks to all our supporters for making our Mexican American Museum a reality!
03/19/2014

Thanks to all our supporters for making our Mexican American Museum a reality!

The story of Mexican Americans is inextricably linked to the fortunes of the United States itself.Before 1854 a large pa...
03/06/2014

The story of Mexican Americans is inextricably linked to the fortunes of the United States itself.

Before 1854 a large part of the western U.S., including much of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah and Wyoming was actually part of Mexico.

With over 18 million Mexican Americans living in the U.S. they are our countries fastest growing minority group which testifies to the determination of Mexican Americans and suggests more political and economic victories to come.

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2534 S Pulaski Rd
Chicago, IL
60623

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Founded in 2014 in Little Village by Manuel Martinez, Mike Jimenez & Bonifacio Iñiguez

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