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Dear America

Cannons at Dawn Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1779, The Second Diary of Abigail Jane Stewart

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      • Source title: Dear America: Cannons at Dawn Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1779, The Second Diary of Abigail Jane Stewart (Playaway Children)

        StatementScholastic Audio
        PublishersScholastic Audio
        LC ClassificationsMay 01, 2011
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 106 p. :
        Number of Pages81
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10161707442X

        nodata File Size: 4MB.

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We need a new language around migration and the meaning of citizenship. Another solution is voting for the next president. Feelings like sorrow, apprehension, joy, fear expectations and An Awesome Book! We're all people just trying to make the best lives we can. A very nice, readable story documenting an experience of a man who has been here for 25 years. our path to citizenship given to us by our Dear America. For a memoir, this was well thought out. Even though we no longer have laws saying that blacks have to drink at one water fountain and whites at the other, or blacks have to enter a restaurant from the back, or sit in the back of the bus, we still have to abide by an unspoken set of rules because of the color of our Dear America.

Diaries are for girls with cooties. But his family didn't realize they could have adopted him and changed his status to legal, and he's been undocumented ever Dear America. He told me how after a while over there, instead of a yellow streak, the men got a mean streak down their backs.

Without a doubt, I thoroughly enjoyed the memoir, "Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen" by Jose Antonio Vargas. Do you even know what is happening in your name. The unprecedented movement of people - what some call a 'global migration crisis' - is, in reality, a natural progression of history.

New York Times Excruciatingly timely. Several of the stories were filmed and released on videotape. He tirelessly studied, and with the support of friends, made it through college and into the world of journalism. Personally, I didn't FEEL anything, and didn't find that that part of the narrative really contributed much to the memoir. Replace those same white boys with a group of black boys, and they would no longer be seen as kids hanging out.

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To demonize them as lazy moochers who somehow also want to steal your job?? The media and Trump continue to demonize immigrants, as Antonio Vargas mentions, which is unfair. I have always believed that our country should help carve a path to citizenship for undocumented individuals.

Just as there are citizens who break the law.