Tequiografías is an ongoing project that began in 2010. It consists of the creation of a series of learning school materials that are similar to conventional ones –called monografías- typically used by young students in Mexico. Tequiografías are made with the help of a group of Zapotecs, Mixes, Mixtecs, and Triquis that belong to the Assembly of Indigenous Migrants. Each Tequiografía revolves around specific subjects that are taught at school such as health or mathematics, but it includes the particular view that the communities have of these topics, which are first agreed upon in assemblies. Tequiografías are now a bilingual material and a registered trademark and are distributed in the same stationery stores where the conventional monografías are sold.
Mexico City, September 6, 2023
Daniel Godínez Nivón