Define American

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  • Americans

    | Anonymous

    My Mother was born in Poland. My Father's parents were born in Austria. They all considered themselves Americans. I was raised as an American and served 20 years in the United States Navy. All of us were Americans. Today many are crying out to become Americans. Let's welcome them as my ancestors were welcomed.

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  • Religious Freedom

    | Anonymous

    My grandparents and great grandparents found religious freedom in the United States. As Jews there were persecuted in Poland, Russia, and Latvia. Many lost their entire families in WWII. This country was one of the only places they could live their lives as they wanted, as Jews.

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  • I'm part of this!

    | Anonymous

    I'm American by Naturalization; the sacrifices of my family and ancestors, gives me the responsibility to make sure everyone has the same opportunity as I did to be an American. Let's continue to drive leadership to be inclusive, not exclusive. This is long overdue.

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  • I am not from Jupiter

    | Anonymous

    They say its shameful that we're wrong, corrupt, drug dealers, illiegals, aliens some terms more offensive than the next. When I was younger I couldn't understand why the country I loved, the only one I knew and was my home rejected us so much. My family lived a quiet life, my father would lecture us on the importance of demeanor and character represented not only ourselves but our family.…

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  • To be American

    | Anonymous

    In 1972, an American Couple had gone to Pearl Buck Foundation. My father asked who are the hardest to adopt. They showed him biracial children Korean Children like me, other biracial children, and Native American Children.
    On Tuesday, September 26, 1972, at age 7, I arrived at JFK International Airport, New York City, NY. I spoke no English. I only spoke Korean. I was handed Winnie the Pooh…

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