While many look at Cinco de Mayo as a chance to party it up, there’s actually some interesting history behind it that involves the American Civil War. It’s a lso [sic] a story that parallels America’s own struggles for freedom from European monarchical rule.Even those ordinarily stereotypical & clichéd Canadians get ticked when the U.S. appropriates "America." It's a whole damn continent, not one nation.
As we celebrate Cinco de Mayo with our friends and family, we remember the inspirational story of the Battle of Puebla. Mexico and the United States share roles in their respective fights for freedom from oppressive occupiers. It’s in that shared spirit that Mexico and the United States celebrate Cinco de Mayo today.Just to be fair & balanced it's more than likely this was typed by an intern (Only the best for outreach!) making it hard to determine intentionality. Great picture Googling though, & scrupulously credited. Our favorite:
|Might not hurt to spell correctly.|