Define American

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  • Defining American is defining yourself

    | Anonymous

    My name is Czarina Trinidad and I define American not as a citizenship or form of paper, but a way of life and a mindset to embrace all the abundant opportunities America has to offer to all who believes in achieving their dreams by working harder and becoming better. I define American as defining yourself as a valuable contributor to the freedom that America is proudly made of -…

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  • Deporting the American Dream

    | Nancy Landa

    Nancy Landa is an immigrant from Mexico who lived in Los Angeles for 19 years from the age of nine and became the first college graduate in her family. After Nancy graduated, she continued to be a productive citizen and dedicated her professional life to public service with her work with community organizations. She paid her taxes, become civically involved and encouraged others to do the same. As an…

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  • From Colombia to the United States Congress

    | Cesar Henao

    In 1986, Cesar Henao was only eight years old and living in a small, Colombian town called Pereira, in the Andes Mountains. At the time, Colombia was marked with pockets of extreme violence, culminating in the assassination of four presidential candidates during the 1990 election. Colombia was quickly turning into a hotbed of civil war, dominated by drug cartels. Within the neighborhood of Barrio Kennedy, he was raised by…

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  • Not without my daughter

    | Anonymous

    I came to America in May 1985. I was 12. My father, my grandparents and I came for my Aunts wedding. After spending the summer as a tourist it was time for me to go home. I didn't. It was explained to me that I would be staying and would be living in Chicago with my aunt. As far as I knew my aunt adopted me so I can…

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  • Broken Families

    | Anonymous

    The father of my son was deported a week after our child was born. I love him more than any man I've ever met in my life.

    His crime? Getting a flat tire. Yes, he was here without documents but he was here to try and make a better life. And if people actually knew anything about how challenging the immigration process is, when living in poverty every…

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