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  • Immigrant, worker, student, and hopefully one day a hero

    | Anonymous

    As a child i lived in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, so of course it wasn't nice. My parents moved us to the United States in 2004, because my mom was pregnant and they wanted for my little sister to have a better life. At Juarez we were 5 people living in one house with only 2 rooms, the living room/bedrooms and the kitchen. Now thank God that we live in…

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  • I Am American

    | Anonymous

    Being brought by my beloved parents into this great country at such a young age, has really impacted my ideals and values towards defining who I am. Although I am of a very proud Latino heritage, I familiarize myself strongly as an American. I characterize myself as an American because i have lived in America practically all of my life. I associate myself with other Americans, I carry myself…

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  • Fighting for a DREAM!

    | Anonymous

    I came to the USA when I was 18 looking for better opportunities. I started taking English classes because I wasn't able to communicate. I fell in love with the Community College I attend and my sister was able to support my dreams 100%. And I started a career that I love. And then I faced reality, I didn't have money to cover for the whole tuition; I don't…

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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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