Define American

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  • Mission Being Accomplished

    | Anonymous

    I define America as the Country my father was invited to, as a top professional, the country that gave me the tools for a college education, the country where I my weekly salary as a dishwasher is higher than my monthly salary as a journalist in Portugal. A country that needs people like me that speaks 3 languages fluently plus two languages...where my language skills have been essential upgrading…

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  • I Am American...

    | Janeth Vasquez

    I define American, to be someone that contributes to society. Even if it's an orchard job, to an office job, they are both contributing to this great country. Someone who gives back to their community by volunteering, someone who helps out peopl from their community. Someone who considers America as their home...That is how i define American

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  • Being an American is in your heart

    | Elsie Snuffin

    An American is someone willing to work hard and be part of the community, from neighborhood to nation. An American is someone who believes in the American Dream and wants it for everyone who lives here and loves this country. Being an American is in your heart.

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  • Growing Up in America When You're Not Considered American

    | Gil Laroya

    I was born in Mountain View California, a place that was once known as a small sleepy Pacific state town, but is now known as the center of Silicon Valley. Growing up in a neighborhood which was of mixed race, the idea of nationality never came up in my young mind. But as I grew up, I began to take note of how people treated me. Kids would occasionally…

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  • Unwanted Reality

    | Anonymous

    I came to the united states when i was only 9 years old now am 25. I graduated high school and been trying to join the NAVY since i was 18 years old. I got marry and my husband has threated againts my well being here. Passing the dream act would give me the opportunity to serve this country what has given me. freedowm to be me.

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