Define American

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  • Dennis Vogler

    | Anonymous

    I think you are a coward for trying to change laws you ignore. True change should start with trying to improve the country you came from. You come to my country illegaly and expect me to be waiting with open arms. To earn respect from the U.S. you must first respect the U.S. It's easy to start a website or send out a tweet and call people haters if…

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  • C. Osvaldo Gomez

    | Anonymous

    An American is anyone who loves America the beautiful even if they weren't born in America. If they have as much respect and love for the U.S.A. as they have for their country of origin than they will make great Americans, no matter what they do or who they are.

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  • Fernanda Herrera

    | Anonymous

    An American is somebody who wholeheartedly contributes to society in a positive way. Through the tools found in education, advocacy, hard work, organizing, and entrepreneurship, anybody can become a strong citizen of their community. Understanding each other's stories and backgrounds while deeply sympathizing with struggles and obstacles we have each faced in our individual lives makes it easier to build a cohesive narrative together. Each person's unique story, whether…

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  • Living a Nightmare

    | Anonymous

    What a broad question! American is person living within USA, as a positive active participant of this society.
    Came as a student, dropped out of school because I had a child & my visa expired. The main reason I am still here is for this Child to accomplish what I could not, but that is in jeopardy. Do I leave and deny this child what she is entitled…

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  • From War Torn Guatemala to Hollywood

    | Anonymous

    During my teenage years, I left Guatemala in 1987 during the Dirty War to escape the social divide, the prevalent Injustice, the unforgiving poverty, the raging violence, and seek and forge my own place in the US. More specifically to work in the TV/film Industry, so I managed to get a Student Visa via which expired a couple of years after and with no recourse I chose to stay…

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