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Worldmeets.US Radio News: A Look at the United States from Costa Rica

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William Kern

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Join us on Friday at 11pm EST, for a talk with translator and Costa Rica resident Acosta-Florizul Perez about how people in Central America see the United States, and other issues related to the U.S. that concern people in Costa Rica - one of the few nations on earth with no standing army. We will also ask Florizul why she has helped us persue the mission of Worldmeets.US for the past three years.

Costa-Roca born Acosta-Florizul Perez was born in Belen, Heredia. From a conservative Catholic family, Florizul is the first generation of her family to have attended college. She studied English and has a master's degree in translation, with a minor in Portuguese. She spent a year in the United States participating in a student exchange program at Kenyon College, Ohio.

Worldmeets.US is a non-profit media project aimed at better educating the American people and creating relationships between Americans and people from other nations.