Define American

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  • Hiep Le

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  • I define American, and I am proud of it

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    An American is someone with deep roots in the United States. Whether the roots were planted before their birth or afterwards does not change where they are placed. Having come to the United States at the age of 5 I did not have any choice over where my roots were planted. I thought they would always lay in Colombia until my parents brought my family to New Jersey in…

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  • Hasan Minhaj

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    To me being American means having the opportunity to reach for our goals. It's accepting where we come from while embracing our dreams and where we're headed. It's what makes America great. I had a first generation Indian-American experience, and I learned the importance of shooting for the stars. If my parents hadn't immigrated to this country, we would have not had this opportunity.

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  • Bringing Your Slice of Life to the Potluck

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    I was born and raised in the Bay Area all my life, my first experience of being "American" began back in 7th grade. All of it stemmed from my lacking inability to ask for help in Cantonese, my mother didn't take kindly to this and called me out. "You're Chinese! Act like it!" This left me bewildered, and I instinctively snapped back with, "I'm Chinese-American! I was born here…

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