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So I am currently taking a Chicano/Chicana class and what we were talking about yesterday I thought it was a good class conversation.
It all started on how the rights of men and women are so different, a few years back, and how today we still see some discrimination on the women, just because we are women. Society has classified us as "weak", and that is how some jobs see us as..."weak".
That was not his point tho, his point was, if that is why men do not graduate from…Continue
So as a student I am part of an organization at UTEP; and during this week, we got together, and with the help of KCOS we were able to ask the people in UTEP what their American Dream is.
For example, yes there are people around the world that want to come to the U.S. because they will have a better chance, and they are able to have the "American Dream" which for some is be a student, since the U.S. supposedly has a good education, they try to come here and get a taste of themselves,…Continue
So most of the time I have out and about doing interviews, for school. I have been doing this for maybe 2 years now, I am a senior at the University of Texas at El Paso, I have interviewed people in Juarez, which that means in Spanish, I have interviewed people from L.A. who have been here for certain events, as well as people from different Church's, and even kids. Let's not forget our Military as well.
So indeed I can say I have interviewed different types of people, but for…Continue
So this past weekend I was able to attend the Kidspalooza for the first time. I had never even heard of this event that was for kids. As I get there, I noticed it was something big, they closed down some streets, and they had booths for kids and parents, rides, and food.
My first impression was how neat it was. I had always thought of only events for adults, such as concerts, block parties, etc. The only time I thought El Paso had family events was for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and…Continue