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Topic - Christine Macdonald
Maru Montero left for the United States from her home in Oaxaca, Mexico, with just one pair of dance shoes. It was a sacrifice. But now she has her own dance company and directs the National Cinco de Mayo Festival, which took place on the Mall on Sunday.
"There is a big [Hispanic] community here," Ms. MacDonald said. "You have kids who grow up here, the community prospers and those kids have children they want to introduce to their culture."
Christine MacDonald, managing director of Hola Cultura, said she was not surprised at the turnout.