Define American

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  • Firsthand Witness

    | Anonymous

    I am a US citizen, born in America to a Cuban mother and Ecuadorean father, neither of whom had any problems gaining permanent residency when they first arrived here. I have been spared the tragic impotence felt by many when they cannot do the basic, everyday things the rest of us take for granted.

    By chance, my first boyfriend of 7 years didn't have his papers. It was…

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  • Love Knows No Borders

    | Anonymous

    My husband and I have been together for 9 years and have a 6 year old little boy together. I had moved away from home for a couple of years and met my husband who I instantly fell in love with. I believe that God took us both thousands of miles away from home to meet each other.That was the beginning of a beautiful life together.

    Beautiful but…

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  • After Serving for 10 Years

    | Anonymous

    To me, being an American is being a part of the greatest place on Earth.

    After serving my country in the military for ten years and going abroad for much of that time, I realized how much I really love this place. I am so grateful to call this country home. Every morning when I woke up and laced my boots I felt a huge sense of pride.…

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  • Family facing devastation and separation

    | Anonymous

    My story begins before I was even born. My mom(an American citizen) married my dad, that at the time was an "illegal immigrant" from Mexico. My dad worked very hard (and still does) in the fields since he first came here. He obtained his Resident card 35-40 plus years ago thru his employer. When I was old enough to walk, talk and hold a strawberry pint basket I helped…

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  • Making American Inclusive

    | Anonymous

    To me, the issue of defining an American is inclusive. Anyone who lives in America, grows up in America, participates in American society or government is an America. For that matter, anyone who considers him or herself to be an American is an American.

    Unfortunately, as a nation we often define an American in an exclusive, rather than inclusive manner. We ask ourselves, Who is not an American?…

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