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  • Filipino-Americans Play Vital Role in the Immigration Reform Movement

    As long as Anang Palomar could remember during the time she was growing up in the Philippines, her dad lived abroad. He left in the 1970s for the same reasons that about 3,000 people (PDF) leave the country each day: To find work that will support his family. Her dad lived in the United States, where he worked as a doorman in New York City. Read more here



    So was the border meant to keep immigrants & love out? What do you think?


    -BoardWizard

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    As long as Anang Palomar could remember during the time she was growing up in the Philippines, her dad lived abroad. He left in the 1970s for the same reasons that about 3,000 people (PDF) leave the country each day: To find work that will support his family. Her dad lived in the United States, where he worked as a doorman in New York City. Read more here



    So was the border meant to keep immigrants & love out? What do you think?


    -BoardWizard

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    • #3
      They look more like communists, l.esbians, and Muslim terrorists.

      But in any event, if you have a hyphen in front of American, you ain't an American.

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      • #4
        They can always go back to the one they love.


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