Define American

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  • We Want to Participate in the Process

    | Anonymous

    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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  • For the Millions of Families Who Are Just Like Us

    | Anonymous

    I define American, not by being born here, but by embodying the american spirit. Through hard work and perseverance accepting all humans as friends. Understanding it is the differences in him, her, you, and me that make this country so amazing. Understanding that everyone has a story to share.

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  • The Way I Define American

    | Anonymous

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  • Carlos De La Hoz

    | Anonymous

    I decided to write these words because I'm heartbroken. I came to America almost 16 years ago, when I was 36 years old, on a student visa.
    I got a Bachelor's degree in Business Administra and a work permit valid for a year then an HB1 visa which allowed me to bring my wife and son. Because I couldn't renew my visa for lack of sponsorship, I took…

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  • Ariana Aparicio

    | Anonymous

    My name is Ariana Aparicio, and I want to explain why I needed to disclose my status as a DREAMer. I've always wanted to give back to my community and help others through education, and because I talked about my status, I was able to receive assistance for college, and accomplish my dream of becoming an educator.

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