Define American

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  • Empowering My Peers

    | Anonymous

    They say the promise of equal opportunity remains deep in America's heartland. I am part of the sixth generation on my family's dairy farm, carved from the Wisconsin wilderness in 1850 by my German ancestors. They, like other immigrants lured by fertile soil and opportunity, had a dream. In the United States, the right to higher education equips men and women of every race, ethnicity, religion, and social status…

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  • America(ns)

    | Anonymous

    I am an American in this country. And this country was founded by people seeking religious freedoms, and by immigrants. The earliest americans came here without permission seeking a better life for themselves and their families - just like the people that come here today. I know this because I am married to one - though it is so expensive to try to legalize my husband that we choose…

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  • Choice

    | Anonymous

    I was born a U.S. citizen. I was raised in the midwest and now live in the south. From my teenage years through early adulthood, I spent time working in Central American countries - teaching English at first and later working with NGOs on gang-related issues.

    One of the most bittersweet aspects of being an American is our freedom to choose. We are free to choose our beliefs,…

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  • 20 Years and Counting

    | Anonymous

    My name is Lucy and I am and undocumented immigrant that has been living in the U.S for 20 years. I define American as - someone that has established their roots here (whether brought as a child or came as an adult), is hard working, lives as a citizen regardless of having papers or not.

    When I was 6 years old, my parents were going through a difficult…

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  • America - My New Home

    | Anonymous

    My name is Ashni Bhojwani. I moved to Florence S.C. on April 2nd, 2010 from a small country named Belize in Central America. Life in America is completely different from life in Belize. For example, there is a different environment, and an amazing educational opportunity to live in this country.

    I have had an amazing chance to advance in my education. I am in the International Baccalaureate Middle…

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