Monthly Archives: February 2014

A Political Hand Or True Vote?

In contemporary society, everything has meaning. As the years as passed, more and more places have been added to the World Heritage list, but why or how? There are specific criteria which must be met for a site to be … Continue reading

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Authenticity, OUV, World Heritage

The idea of authenticity and outstanding universal value are widely controversial in regards to world heritage sites.  UNESCO, the organization that approves and regulates world heritage sites, puts forth these two criteria that must be met for any landmark to … Continue reading

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My Heritage

There are some things that I associate as part of my heritage that are also things that connect me to many other people outside my family. My family is from El Salvador, but I usually associated with many Mexican-American teens … Continue reading

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My Mexican Heritage

As for many, heritage could be a museum or old ruins, government monuments or national parks. Heritage for me are my family values. In these family values, coming from a Mexican family, unity and love are well presented giving me … Continue reading

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My Mexican Heritage.

If I could describe my heritage, a heritage that has influenced my taste in music, religion, morals, and food i would blame it on my family. Most of my family members where born and raised in Aguascalientes, Mexico, my birth town. … Continue reading

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El Colombiano Italiano

When it comes to heritage, I automatically think of my family. In my case I have two types of heritage to look towards, my Colombian (not Columbia) heritage from my father who was born and raised in Armenia, Colombia. Then … Continue reading

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My Heritage

Whenever I’m asked about my heritage I proudly say I am Mexican. My parents come from Tamazula, Jalisco. It is a beautiful city where some of my family lives still. Although I have been there only once when I was … Continue reading

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