"Who do the crowds say I am?" Luke 9:18-20 (Contemporary Chicanx Version)

“Once when Jesus was praying in private and his Latinx disciples were with him, he asked them, ‘Who do the crowds say I am?’ They replied, ‘Some say a good teacher like Gandhi; others say the white god of the colonizer; and still others, that you care about us personally, but not about the injustice we suffer under Donald Trump.’
‘But what about you?’ he asked. ‘Who do you say I am?’
Rosa answered, ‘God’s Messiah, our Lord who loves us more than we could ever hope for or imagine, and who loves us just as we are, not as we should be. Our Lord who cares deeply about the injustice we suffer, and who came to make us and the whole world new.’” 
Luke 9:18-20 (Contemporary Chicanx Version)