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  • America's Strength is Immigration

    | Anonymous

    My mother's side of the family arrive as European immigrants around 1850. My father's family arrived in the US in 1900 (refuges from Eastern European persecution of the Jews). Why are today's immigrants any different? In my book anyone who is both intelligent and motivated to leave their home to come to America is a bonus to our society. Some folks talk about the "puritan work ethic." Those same…

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    | Anonymous

    Hispanic immigrants are the backbone of our economy here in Duplin County, North Carolina.
    Our entire economy would collapse without them!
    Our county has the largest turkey processing plant in the world. Duplin County citizens absolutely will not work there because the temperature in the plant is kept at 30 degrees!
    The only people who will work in those brutal conditions are the Hispanics. We thank…

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  • Brokenhearted - a life struggle

    | Anonymous

    Brokenhearted - a life struggle

    I am American citizen, but this story about love. I married an undocumented. But the law does not let us be together, why permit us to get married then in the first place I always wondered. I’m here with my daughter but my husband is gone. He was asked to leave back to his country in Guatemala on voluntary departure to…

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  • American in every way but on paper

    | Anonymous

    My name is Beverly Chemai and I'm a 21 year old DREAMer from Kenya. I came to the U.S. when I was three or four because my dad was transferred to D.C.
    I have lived happily here in Maryland ever since, though my dad got transferred back to Kenya when I was six. My mother decided that my older brother and I should complete school in the United…

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  • I want to talk of my friends, immigrant families, in my book.

    | Anonymous

    For 57 years up through today's Dream Act students, I've worked as a translator, teacher, health educator with immigrant families. I have a new book with their stories, sometimes mixed with mine. I want to send you a copy and talk about it on radio and TV In one chapter I traded clothes with a Guatemalan grandmother to save her. Then the officer saw me in colorful clothes and…

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