Post #7

My idea of privilege hasn’t changed very much, on the contrary I have felt like my own privilege has been taken for granted. I have been really fortunate and blessed to be able to have and do many things. It’s been a couple of weeks since I started to interact with refugees children and I’ve…

Post #6

I feel like this week we talked a lot about privilege. I really liked that activity that we did at the end of class. Doing that truly made me see where people stand on this particular issue, literally. Sometimes we do not realized how privileged we are until we see somebody else’s situation. Seeing some…

Post #5

I have been very privileged my entire life. I have not really fought or struggled with many different things. While we were doing that activity last week with the papers clip, I was able to realized how fortunate I am. Even though I’m Mexican immigrant, it hasn’t been too hard for me to fit in…

Cultural Self-Assessment

Jorge Jimenez COMM 350G Cultural Self-Assessment 10/08/2017 Myself and the world My name is Jorge Jimenez. I was originally born in Mexico City, Mexico. I consider myself a male Hispanic. My family and I are members of the LDS religion. We all speak Spanish and are pretty used to living in big cities. I can…

Post #4

I truly loved Adonica’s video. It was an amazing and inspiring video. She’s a great example of self-achievement. She never let anyone destroy her goals and dreams. As a matter of fact, Adonica always fought for her family and herself. She wanted a better future for those she loved the most. I’ve never been in…

English laws?

I don’t think that we have to make english laws. Every language is unique and beautiful on its own. Diversity is what gives life to our world. By only having English as the only language of the world will only make our world boring and grey. I speak three language; English, Spanish and Portuguese, and…

Post #2

Ch. 3 It was a quite interesting chapter. I was able to identify myself with the term “identity negotiation model”. When I first moved to this country, it was really hard to adjust to this new culture and for a while I had not identity. Later on, as I started to learn the language and…

Post #1

My name is Jorge Jimenez. I was originally born in Mexico. My family and I moved to Utah when I was just 12 years old. I’m the oldest of two children. I grew up in a very unique family, whom I love and adore. I served a spanish-speaking mission in Nashville, TN about a year…