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  • I am American

    | Terri Holley

    I was born in America as were my parents and grandparents, before and long ago my family came to America from Scotland and Ireland for a piece of the dream. Whether we are better off for having done so cannot be determined, but it is clear to me that MY America has lost it's way where immigration and corporate influence in government are concerned. Very strange behavior for a…

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    | Anonymous

    I came here (02-21-1999) with a Visa (C9), and got married with kids. Anyways, my old lawyer in New Mexico got me a SS card and a work permit before I moved to Memphis and got a new lawyer, but he said he he doesn't think I can be an American Citizen because of my Visa, so I have to go back to Ghana. I know I'm not going…

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  • A Child of German Immigrants

    | Anonymous

    My family came to the U.S., from Germany, on the ships Winter Galley in 1738 and Molly in 1741. They came by way of Rotterdam, Holland to Deal, England, and arrived in Philadelphia, PA. I grew up in Union County, PA and many family members are living there. I just recently learned of my dad's side of the family ancestry through a family genealogy booklet that he gave to…

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  • I'm an American!

    | Anonymous

    A couple of days ago I asked my brother; "How do you define American" and he replied: "Being a human being." I laughed because in a way it was funny, but then in a way he was right. Being an American for me is not just loving being here or feeling to be part of America, but being considered as a human being.

    What I mean is to…

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  • I Teach Americans. So What?

    | Anonymous

    While sitting at a scholarship pageant, I remember how an idyllic teenage girl explained that her dream was to become a teacher. I was a cynical teen in those days and so I rolled my eyes as her sweet, but very breathy voice tinkled the words, "I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way." I had to chew on the sides…

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