Ay ay ay ay, canta y no llores para el mes de la historia Afroamericana.
There are two choices here, one is terrible and the other is delightful. The first scenario is that the creator of this wall display is unaware of the differences between African Americans and stereotypical Mexicans. The second, more enjoyable scenario is that at this school, Black History Month lessons are delivered via educational mariachi band. Because who wouldn't remember the Harlem Renaissance better with finger-picked guitar riffs and the occasional high-pitched "Ah ha!" thrown in? One thing is for sure, though, those decal Mexicans look properly excited to learn an invaluable part of history.