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  • Carlos Maldonado

    | Anonymous

    I define being an American as being a hardworking, dedicated and passion driven individual. I believe that where you are born, what language you speak, what gender you are or what tone of color your skin is, does not define who you are. Every individual should have the right to choose who we want to be and should be allowed to pursue that belief. This is because we don't…

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  • Luiggi Carlin Lara

    | Anonymous

    I have never cared much for labels. Growing up my identity was pulled between being hispanic, being Peruvian, and being undocumented. I did not find out that I was undocumented until I was old enough to drive and it limited what I could do and who I could become. Despite this, being American is the identity I felt the closest to. I fell in love with America in the…

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  • Teachers in support of their undocumented students

    | Anonymous

    Casacadia Elementary teachers Eric Eddy, Rachel Alva, Ashley Meyer, Katie Holman, Zach Warren & Ashley Toney are joining educators across the nation in an effort to increase the visibility of their support and work alongside undocumented students by participating in National Educators Coming Out Day, November 12th.

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  • Osvaldo Flores

    | Anonymous

    I am a 21 year old DACA-mented college student in Berea, Kentucky.

    I am Kentuckian because I had no option that allowed me to pursue my higher education in my home state of Georgia. Even though many have said no, I continue to make my own decisions to build my future because I cannot accept having my parents sacrifices in migrating to this country be in vain.

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  • Part of Pursuing Your Dreams is Getting an Education

    | Anonymous

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