Rescatando mi Identidad Cultural
Over time, the Afromexican native dance, Danza de los Diablo, (adults) and (children) has been disintegrating, due to different factors, which are mentioned below. As a primary factor, it is perceived that to perform the dance and its dance steps, live music is required, and the native musicians who perform this special dance music.
The dancers are very apathetic to teach others and ensure that our music continues. existing, (exists like that selfishness so that another learns to play the instrumentation), others have emigrated to different parts of the country and/or abroad due to a lack of employment opportunities. Since in our population there are few sources of employment, and family income is very low, with large families it does not reach the minimum wage.
Young people, like adults, have lost interest in our dance due to a lack of identification of it, not knowing its history and meanings of its contextualization and the lack of trainers for indigenous community dances. Lack of trainers who instruct in workshops on making indigenous masks of our dance, and a lack of trainers with community historians.