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“Coco” tells the story of 12-year-old Miguel’s journey to the Land of the Dead to find his ancestors. (Image: Disney/Pixar)

How Disney Got It Right with ‘Coco’

Miguel with his great-grandmother Coco. (Image: Disney/Pixar)
Miguel’s grandmother strikes a mariachi with her chancla. (Image: Disney/Pixar)
Marcela Davison Avilés, JD ’84 (Photo: The Chapultepec Group)

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