This week’s Hispanic PR Blog interview is with Hispanic blogger Teresa Carbajal Ravet who through her Sententia Vera blog focuses on US mainstream society, questioning and curious about foreign language acquisition and multiculturalism.
Hispanic PR Blog: Tell us about your self, any relevant journalism experience you have and why you started your blog?
Teresa Carbajal Ravet: Born in Monterrey, Mexico and raised on the border in El Paso, TX, I grew up bicultural and bilingual struggling to find a public identity that would accept both cultures and languages to exist as one. During the school year I lived in the US, while holidays and summer breaks were spent in Mexico. The personal and public conflict with a dual identity sparked my curiosity in self realization and social definition and deepened my determination to make multicultural identities advantageous and acceptable by society at large. I received a BA in Spanish Language and a MA in Modern Languages, specializing in Spanish Literature, from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. I have devoted my professional Read More »