Mijos (meaning “My Children”) are a group of Latino Children that hang out at Mijos Park. They play sports like baseball, football, basketball and soccer together. They also like telling scary stories and getting into mischief. Looking at the world from behind big brown eyes, these kids share cultural, religious and family ties. Although they live in a poor urban neighborhood, they manage to have a lot of fun, and share good times.
Mijos are a series of plastic collectible figurines created by David Gonzales. Representing various Chicano Mexican American youth characters, Mijos debuted in 2004 as a spin-off of Gonzales’ Homies figures. The Mijos line (like Homies before them) are specifically targeted at Hispanics — in this case, Hispanic children.
Mijos come in two lines: as two-inch figurines sold in supermarket vending machines, and as six-inch figures manufactured by Toy Play and sold in stores like Walmart, Kmart, Target, and Toys “R” Us. Wikipedia
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