A girl wearing a pink shirt drinks a beverage with her mother, wearing a grey shirt, outdoors at a table.

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Cihuapactli Collective, a group based in Phoenix, provides food packages to immigrant communities full of Indigenous products that connect and heal families with ancestral nutrition.

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Catalina, 6, helps her mother, Sharah Nieto, prepare atole with pinole, a hot beverage made of almond milk and chocolate.

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