"La Di spora de un Aztl n norte o" details the unique 'MiChicanidad' experience of life on the border in Michigan. This is another definition of Aztl n, as seen on a Northern Border, this time between Canada and Southwest Detroit's predominantly Mexican American neighborhood. Growth of this Spanish speaking barrio began in the earlier part of the 20th Century due to the rise of migrant labor and employment at factories. Later, the area prospered as those immigrants began to choose to stay. Their addition to the interpretation of life on the border, as well as the community's vibrant nature, is unparalleled especially as it is defined through creativity.