Elizabeth Barahona is from Orlando, Florida. She is a first-generation 3rd-year undergraduate at Duke University. She studies Latin American and U.S. History, Latinx Studies in the Global South and Human Rights. She is the co-president of Mi Gente, the Latinx Student Association. She plans to pursue history and education.  Elizabeth is writing her thesis on the 88 year-long history of Latinx students at Duke. This history cannot be told without the history of international students, Native American, Asian American , and Black American students at Duke University. This work aspires to empower all students at Duke to pursue social justice and community. 

 


Updates:

“Cosmopolitan Club-Early Platforms for Latin American Students”

“Woman’s Student Government Association- Changing concepts of identity at Duke University”