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The majority of people who come to sell in this place are women that offer ocote tree leaf, huipiles traditional garments, prepared foods, shoes, American second-hand clothes, garlic, pots, and limewater for tortillas. Women from Tlaxiaco are busy, working—practically—seven days a week to support their families.
However, they recognize the talent of the year-old actress and admire, with aspiration, her achievements. Outside the cathedral, kneeling on the floor, Cristina Aparicio no relation to Yalitza , 32, sells an ingredient to make tortillas.
During the week she spends two days cleaning houses. She claims that the economic situation makes her endure mistreatment of her employers; a doctor and a nurse. The rest of the days, she takes care of her two daughters but also of a sheep and goats that her family has. Her husband, by the way, is a construction worker. Tlaxiaco, despite its pre-Mexican Revolution history as a place of fine craftsmanship and an elite class, is a community stricken by poverty.
The majority of its nearly 38, people, according to data from the Mexican government, is dedicated to formal and informal trade. Of the 32 entities in the country, ten located in Oaxaca account for 81 percent of the population's impoverished. Yet, the social and educational disparity in the Tlaxiaco district is high and affects women the most: 75 percent of women are illiterate, according to oficial data from If someone from the most urbanized area of Tlaxiaco wants to see a movie and has time and money, they must buy it from one of the many piracy streets stands.
There are no movie theaters. Because of this, many wonder if the success of Aparicio as a movie star will truly improve the lives of more Indigenous women. I know that if she could make it, why will I not be able to achieve what I propose? In this way, Aparicio has been immortalized in the history of Tlaxiaco, along with other Oaxacan artists who have transcended borders such as the singer Lila Downs , whose face is also reflected on the street art.