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My greatest challenge is being first in almost everything I've ever done. I was the last of 5 children but the first to have grown up in the most beautiful house I've ever seen, before it was ruined. The first 6 year old to start public...
My American dream is a picture of justice, equality, and human rights for all of humanity. I wrote a poem called:{I Am A Human Being: In Honor Of George Floyd:I gave this poem to his family}:The poems states," I can't breathe, I can't...
My American dream is that from here on out our country will live up to its ideals of liberty and justice for ALL. As an immigrant I always believed in this American Dream and it took me a while to see how much more work is...
What gets me out of bed in the morning is my two nieces. Having several mental illnesses for as long as I can remember, it was always hard to find reasons to stay alive. Eventually I was allowing anyone to treat me how they wanted, since...
My American story started when my parents, sister, and I, along with about 100 other Hungarian refugee families sailed past the Statue of Liberty, on January 31, 1957, in a small, moth-balled WWII army carrier. In truth, it began a week earlier, when we first boarded...
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