Raymond collected expressions. He repeated them in experimental accents, as if learning a tune. He sounded like an Eighteenth Street Mexican when he said cuate, like a Logan Square cubano when he said comemierda. - Sebastian Rotella
"I was born in the US and l have lived in Mexico since 1946. I believe that all these states of being have influenced my work and made it what you see today. I am inspired by Black people and Mexican people, my two peoples. My art speaks for both my peoples" ~ Elizabeth Catlett - Melanie Anne Herzog
The only thing worse than a Mexican Stand Off is a Peace Pact that Fails! - Stanley Victor Paskavich
I have to say that the traditional role is kind of a myth. I think the traditional Mexican woman is a fierce woman.