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  • Richard Fleihr

    | Anonymous

    American is a person who respects the laws of the United States. They are NOT people who sneak across our border (no matter their circumstances). Millions around the world are in line to become citizens of this country and they should not be trumped by lawbreakers who break our laws by coming into the country illegally.

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  • Hannah Oler

    | Anonymous

    America is a growing diverse country. Where whites are considered the majority but actually they are the new minority. Black and Hispanics are growing more and more and when the races do not get their way, they use something like slavery as a scapegoat so they can do whatever they want. And with everything that has happened lately between black and whites and the taking down of the Confederate…

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  • Teresa Brown

    | Anonymous

    Defining an American to me means white. I am considered African american, even though I was born here in america. So I feel that that definition alone excludes from the title of American. I am a mother, with a husband who works and allows me to stay home. He happens to be White. We are not noticed together. yet, he is considered an American. We are a Jewish Family.…

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  • Francisco Garcia

    | Anonymous

    American is being able to melt in the melting pot whether you were born in it or came to it. I am a second generation Mexican American but I feel more American. There are many ways to cook a chicken and every ethnic group has its own way of going about it with their own spice. American means you get to share that spice cabinet while having your own…

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  • Veralucia Mendoza

    | Anonymous

    To be American means to be ambitious, determined, and passionate. It means we demand freedom and justice for all - including those not born within our borders.

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