• Ethnic or national origin

• Skin color
• Culture
• Sex
• Gender
• Age
• Handicaps
• Social, economic, health or legal condition
• Religion
• Physical appearance
• Genetic characteristics
• Migratory status
• Pregnancy
• Language
• Opinions
• Sexual preferences
• Political identity or affiliation
• Marital status, family status and/or family responsibilities
• Language
• Criminal background

October 19 is National Day against Discrimination, held as part of the celebration of the abolition of slavery ordered by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla on October 19, 1810.

National Day against Discrimination is intended to persuade all sectors of society to eliminate the attitudes affecting the exercise of rights and freedoms in equal conditions, due to prejudices, stereotypes and stigmas, in order to improve the contents and quality of democracy in Mexico.