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  • I AM A Kentuckian

    | Anonymous

    I AM A Kentuckian was a series of 2015 lectures and events hosted by the ACLU of Kentucky in partnership with Define American. Jose Antonio Vargas visited Western Kentucky University, Eastern Kentucky University, and the University of Louisville to discuss our nation's broken immigration policy through his personal story. Local DREAMers and immigration voices contributed to the conversation through their personal accounts.

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  • Ivonne Gonzalez

    | Anonymous

    Ivonne Gonzalez shares her story.

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  • Sagar Patagundi

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  • Maria Torres-Springer

    | Anonymous

    New York City Commissioner of Small Business Services Maria Torres-Springer tells us how she defines American.

    NYC Business Solutions is a set of free services offered by the Department of Small Business Services to help businesses of all sizes start, operate and expand in New York City. NYC Business Solutions offers business education courses in non-English languages on Business Planning, Financing & Accounting, Marketing, and other…

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  • Luz Francisco

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    Luz Francisco was brought to the United States when she was six months old. And because of that, she now finds herself, as an expectant mother, bound to repeat the struggles that her own mother experienced when raising her. To improve the quality of life for herself and her family, Luz talks about the need for Drivers Licenses for undocumented immigrants.

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