Define American

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  • Leezia Dhalla

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    Leezia Dhalla's talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. She is a first-generation American, of African and Indian descent, who immigrated to Texas from Canada in 1996. Leezia's interest in writing and foreign affairs led her to Northwestern University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in journalism and political science. As a news reporter, her work has been published in The Washington…

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  • Jin Park

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    Jin Park is a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in molecular biology and government  at Harvard University, where he leads the Define American College Chapter. He came from South Korea when he was 7, and he discovered he was undocumented when applying for colleges. Park created a nonprofit organization called Higher Dreams – to create resources for undocumented high school students applying to college. Park aspires to become a doctor for…

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  • Kathy Gray

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    As a 9th generation Latino American, all I can say is that my ancestors settled California long before it was a state and was still part of Spain, even before it was part of Mexico, and once the state became part of the union my ancestor lost over 90% of his property which was given to the Anglos from the East. Many of Latino citizens in CA, NV, AZ,…

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  • Matt Dinon

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    Hi. My grandparents emigrated from Italy around 1900. They all followed the entire legal process to enter the United States and became legal citizens according to the appropriate, honorable and ethical means of the time. They understood the concepts of fortitude, honesty and subjecting to the law of the land. My grandparents lived the classic American Dream by coming from poor, stagnant and repressive parts of Italy and, over…

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  • Christopher Rivas

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    Isn't that the question ... It has to go beyond skin, hair, and surface. This is what I am always challenging with my art and storytelling. As an actor who has been accepted as "almost White" or "Ethnically Ambiguous", a fancy term for not white, I have been placed in a position to challenge the norm, and say to Hollywood and America, the american story is more than white…

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