The Mexican Imperial Family Insignia
(نشان سلطنتی بزرگ خاندان مکزیک)


بزرگ خاندان دورازو
The Durazo Family

Lema de la familia: ¡Si Siempre!
Family Motto: Yes We Can!
!شعار خانوادگی: ما میتوانیم

.این صفحه تماما جنبه تاریخی و اجتماعی و هنری دارد و خانواده شریف به هیچ جریان سیاسی ، فرد و یا گروهی وابسته نیست

سرودها
Salutes














Flag of the United States of America
and the Sovereign Native American Yaqui Nation
and the Great Nation of Mexico





The Yaqui or Hiaki or Yoeme are an Uto-Aztecan speaking indigenous people of Mexico who inhabit the valley of the Río Yaqui in the Mexican state of Sonora and the Southwestern United States. They also have communities in Chihuahua and Durango. The Pascua Yaqui Tribe is based in Tucson, Arizona. Yaqui people live elsewhere in the United States, especially California, Arizona and Nevada.

The Pascua Yaqui is a sovereign nation with lands near Tucson, Arizona. It is known for its unique blend of Christian and Yaqui spiritual ceremonies. Notable are the deer dancers, pascolas, and matachines. Spanish accounts of the bravery and valor of indigenous resistance served to give the Yaqui a reputation as ferocious warriors.



Shirzad's Great Great Grandfather



Shirzad Sharif's mother, Alicia Durazo (Sharif) is a native Californian and the proud daughter of Yaqui Native American and Mexican migrant farmworkers.





Shirzad's Grandfather & Grandmother (Felizardo Durazo & Ernestina Casillas)


Shirzad's Great Grandfather & Great Grandmother (Ignacio Casillas & Dolores Manzanares)





The Durazo Sisters at the California State Senate



Barack Hussein Obama II President of the United States and my auntie Maria Ellen Durazo



Kamala Harris Vice President of the United States and my auntie Maria Ellen Durazo



Jill Biden; The First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS) and my auntie Maria Ellen Durazo









The Durazo Sisters and Husbands in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico