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An Immigration Journey

Antonio Grimaldo came to the U.S. in 1997 as a 17-year-old. He had friends who had come here who were working hard to build a better life. 722 more words

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JANUARY 18, 2020

Let’s

face it. Life isn’t a leafy lane a lot of the time. Life is challenging. Yet, once we accept that premise, it becomes easier. 1,974 more words

THINKING NOW

An old argument: the US vs. Europe

Recently
I had the good fortune to spend 12 days in Ireland, a country I had never
visited but had always wanted to. Of course my gratitude is of the human kind: 2,203 more words

Well, since you asked...

Accumulation of vacation days

in the cold months

a kid’s ice cream is melting in Rio.

Planning trips for the holidays

and seeing mother’s new charger plates… 162 more words

Writing

Post War- Inequality for Colored People

Equal Rights for Minorities

Readings and Chapter Summary

  • Oscar Cabrera

Rise of Suburbs

  • FDR’s New Deal created the Home Owners’ Loan Corporation (HOLC), which began purchasing and refinancing existing mortgages at risk of default.
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The American Dream

The innocence of asking a child, “what do you want to be when you grow up,” maybe be the seed that starts the journey toward the American dream. 648 more words

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