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  • Migrants

    | Anonymous

    I am Irish through and through but I've never been to Ireland. I HAVE gone to the US Mexico border several times a year to volunteer with No More Deaths and Borderlinks, providing supplies, footcare and advocacy. The migrants are human beings. They laugh, tell stories and love their families. They are like us, only poor, displaced and harmed by our past and present immigration policies. We are all…

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  • Excellence & Equity for All

    | Anonymous

    My grandfather was born in rural Mexico and came to this country seeking a better life. My father owned his own business and was elected to the local school board and my mother graduated from college after she raised her family. I had the opportunity to become a highly educated professional and my daughter graduated from Harvard and is teaching. It is clear to me, that America's economic, social…

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  • Mother in Law's story

    | Marian Cruz

    My mother in law was born in what is now AZ. When she was born it was not a state. She was a very conscientious person and voted in every election. When she was 65 and applied for State benefits, she was told the I D she had was not valid. It took months to straighten this out and finally, her marriage certificate stated she was born in AZ.…

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  • We Need Immigration Reform Now!

    | April Vargas

    My father immigrated to America when he was 11 years old. My maternal grandmother came to this country in her twenties. They contributed to the United States through their work, the taxes they paid and the values they taught their families. The same is true today. We need immigration reform that respects and strengthens families, encourages civic engagement and provides equal educational and career opportunities for all. America can't…

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  • Free, Equal, Self-Determination

    | Bill Combs

    The Founders created the definition of an American as one "endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights," with a government instituted to protect those equal and individual rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Our Nation has not always lived up to these goals, with, for example, our ignominious treatment of the country's blacks and native Americans. What makes an American unique in the world though,…

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