Define American

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  • Coming Out to a Friend

    | Anonymous

    Stephanie Solis came to the US when she was 3 years old, and was surprised to learn about her immigration status as she became an adult. In an interview with Define American, she talks about how and why she's disclosed her immigration status to friends.

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  • Coming Out for Immigration Reform

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    I define American as striving for a more perfect union.

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  • Coming Out to a Teacher

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    Miguel Pimentel came to the US when he was 11 years old, and has long dreamed of a career in education. In an interview with Define American, he talks about how and why he shared his immigration status with his professor, and how that helped him achieve his dream.

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  • #CollegeBound

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    I define America as "the land of the dreams". They either come true or they fail, it depends on you!! I came to the United States when I was just 3 years old. I don't remember how my life in Mexico was. One could simply see me and think I was born here but, I'm not. I am illegal!

    I have been discriminated against before. In 4th grade,…

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  • We Want to Participate in the Process

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    Wanting to participate in the process. A drive to be joyful and create a unique place in the world. I define American as the need to make your voice heard and advance the cause of equality.

    I have lived in America for 31 years. I grew up here and had all of my major life events here. This is where I am from. This culture is mine, for…

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