February 13, 2013
America is a country where many people live. All of us have the rights to say or do whatever we want. But then it comes to a time were, half of us stay quiet because they’re afraid. Why? The horror of Immigration/Deportation. Children, teenagers, adults coming to this other side of the country are the hardest decision ever but, why do they hide when it comes to speeches? Because they’re too scared that someone would judge them and this is not fair at all.
St. Augustine is right when he says “an unjust law is no law at all”. Everyone should be heard; no one should be ignored on how they feel towards a law/s that isn’t unfair. Everyone has the right to speak, right? But, why does everyone hide when it comes to an important discussion? Because they’re scared to speak their mind out. Half of us, humans, think that if we talk for ourselves, we can be judge but that is wrong! Me, you, him, her, anyone deserves to speak, shout or whatever they want in order to get respect from everyone.
Immigration is what carves the picture of the modern world. Traveling from one place to another is a mission for any person. But, why do people travel to places illegally? To get a better life for themselves and their family. Almost 60 million people, more than one fifth of the total population of the United States, are immigrants or the children of immigrants. For most of this community, immigration policy is not an abstract but a means of family reunification and an affirmation that they are part of the “American dream.” Immigration to North America began with Spanish settlers in the 16th century and French and English settlers in the 17th century. In the century before the American Revolution, there was a major wave of free and indentured labor from England and other parts of Europe as well as large scale importation of slaves from Africa and the Caribbean.
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