Brooklyn —

A cultural advocacy group is raising awareness about indigenous Mexican arts and culture in New York City — one hand-woven garment at a time.

“Indigenous people also live in the city… and we are also entrepreneurs,” said Saúl Quizet Rivera, who started the Tí Toro Miko movement after moving to Brooklyn from his hometown of Guerrero, Mexico.

His goal: to promote the arts, dance and handicrafts of his people in New York and beyond.