Mexico: indigenous and Afro-descendant population and households 2020

Number of indigenous and Afro-descendant population and households in Mexico in 2020

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Release date

January 2021

Region

Mexico

Survey time period

March 2 to 27, 2020

Supplementary notes

* For speakers of an indigenous language, it only includes the population aged three or older.
** An indigenous or Afro-descendant household is defined as any household where the reference person, his or her spouse, or any of their ancestors declared speaking an indigenous language or perceiving themselves as Afro-Mexican or Afro-descendant.

According to INEGI, Afro-Mexicans or Afro-descendants are descendants of people from the African continent who arrived in Mexico during the colonial period, both in forced or free conditions to work in haciendas, sugar mills, mines, manufacturing, workshops, and in household services such as cooks, wet nurses or midwives, among other activities. It also includes people of African origin who arrived in Mexico in post-colonial times and recent years.

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