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Liz Rebecca Alarcon
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Liz Rebecca is a bi-cultural millennial from South Florida who is currently pursuing her Master’s in Latin American Studies at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service. She is a One Young World ambassador and advocate for democracy and human rights, particularly in Latin America.

She feels young people should be equals that are talked with rather than a subculture that is talked to, and through this blog she plans to create a dialogue with readers of all ages about issues relevant to our generation.

This blog is a forum of analysis and exposure of that which affects not only Hispanics, but all millennials in the U.S. and abroad.

Entries by Liz Rebecca Alarcon

I Am Human Rights and So Can You

(0) Comments | Posted December 11, 2013 | 9:35 AM

Human rights are important. Too often, though, working to improve them is a task left to someone else. Someone who "works on stuff like that."

Personally, I've spent a good portion of my time the past five years advocating for human rights, particularly freedom of expression, in Venezuela. A...

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Go to Grad School

(6) Comments | Posted November 5, 2013 | 11:42 AM

Lots of people have written about why you shouldn't go to grad school. Like here, here , and here.

My favorite blogger, Penelope Trunk, is among those that strongly dissent the grad school trend. Frankly, Penelope makes good points. Going...

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Biculturalism Explained

(19) Comments | Posted October 18, 2013 | 12:00 PM

These are the questions people ask me most often: "Do you dream in English or in Spanish? What language do you feel most comfortable in? Do you feel more Venezuelan or American?"

The answer, Spanglish, the truth, los dos. I was born here, and I am proud of that....

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