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  • Americans

    | Evelyn Hess

    I consider anyone who loves America and lives here to be an American. We all are immigrants, even the First People, though they emigrated tens of thousands of years before the rest of us did. What counts is what we do once we are here. If we care for our beautiful country, for each other, and for the future, we are Americans worthy of the name.

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  • Surprise! You're illegal

    | Anonymous

    I grew up American. I landed in Brooklyn when I was two years old.  I found out that I was undocumented when was 17 and about to graduate high school. I was offered a summer job and needed to show up with my social security card. My father and I went for a drive to the social security office, but we never got there. Along the way, he told me…

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  • Choice

    | Anonymous

    I was born a U.S. citizen. I was raised in the midwest and now live in the south. From my teenage years through early adulthood, I spent time working in Central American countries - teaching English at first and later working with NGOs on gang-related issues.

    One of the most bittersweet aspects of being an American is our freedom to choose. We are free to choose our beliefs,…

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  • What American means to me

    | Mary Olivella

    I came to the U.S. from Panama when I was 18, and found more options as a woman to begin a professional career so decided to stay. I believe being an American is choosing the land you want to live in to raise a family and to help the country be the best it can be.

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  • Freedom and Liberty

    | Joshua W

    My family came to this country less than 200 years ago to escape the famine in Ireland and a British government that could care less if they lived or died. They were, and still are, farmers. America to me is simple: we have the right to do as we please as long as our actions don't get in the way of any one else's freedom. We are to question…

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