How would you explain this phrase?
These murals say Mexico is an ancient thing that will still go on forever, telling its own story in slabs of color, leaves and fruits and proud naked Indians in a history without shame. Their great city of Tenochtitlan is still here beneath our shoes, and history was always just like today, full of markets and wanting.
How would you explain the this phrase: in a history without shame? Does it mean Mexico tells its own story in a history without shame, OR does it mean the ‘naked Indians’ didn’t feel shameful in a history?