The Importance of Young Chicanas in the Traditional Quinceanera Ceremony
The Quinceanera is a traditional Latin American celebration of a girl's fifteenth birthday.
The religious practice is symbolic of a young girl's transition into womanhood. The frequency
of the ritual in America is decreasing more and more every year. The majority of the
celebrations now are held for first and second generations of immigrants, but rarely for the third.
Before long, the fiesta will only be conducted for first generation immigrants. Then,
maybe the performance in American will be completely forgotten. …
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