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These are my beautiful people love them ✊🏽❤ These are the stories of our lives I want to see more of in the news, on the big screen. Shot-out to Victor Perez & Alicia for sharing the story with us 📣 #SiSePuede "Pulled over to buy churros from wonderful and hard working man, Victor Perez. Prior to the interview Victor opened up to me about the harassment he endures while working. Through perseverance, he became a Permanent U.S Resident. He was finally able to reunite with his wife and daughter after 9 years of separation due to their immigration status. Victor Perez, a caring, honest and hardworking man from Oaxaca, Mexico. What did you come to the U.S for? To work. How many years have you been in the U.S? Nine years. Why did you decide to become a permanent resident? Because, we come here to work and don't take into account the racism we will endure. Because of the racism. How many days a week do you work ? Everyday, 7." Repost @alivmartinez
#human #inclusion #love #humble #humanity #oaxaca #mexico #work #hardworkpaysoff #preseverance #luchador #strength #immigrantsmakeamericagreat #future #futuro #latino#brown #amor #familia #family #aguilas #aguilasdelamerica

Can't believe I really graduated high school, gotta give a shoutout to my family cause they are the reason I made it through, I do everything for them. My family is mostly made up of immigrants, and it makes me feel good to know that I made them proud yesterday, and that all the hardships they've had to face in this country won't go to waste, thank you ❤️ (p.s if you read this whole thing, ily) #immigrantsmakeamericagreat

Eid mubarak to all! ⭐🌙🎉🎉
Very grateful to have made it home to see my family! Obviously good looks run in the family #eidmubarak #eid #familygoals #guinea #african #comingtoamerica #immigrantsmakeamericagreat

Had to get up early to show up for my dear friend Diana who just became a naturalized citizen. Such a long and tedious journey but thankful I got to witness this major milestone in your life. Congrats boo!! #ImmigrantsMakeAmericaGreat

This is worth sharing and reposting. Next time I am in the area, I am going to go to this restaurant. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼#Repost @normaribeirotv
Shout out to the "Back on the beach Cafe" at Santa Monica for this awesome message about immigrants #immigrantsmakeamericagreat

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Thank you for coming down to support Tianguis open air event yesterday! I enjoyed meeting you all and seeing such amazing things come together! Tianguis crew is la onda and I love how u guys put love & hard work in your event! Gracias 🌹🌽🍺 i have a feeling we will be back for another🌮😎❤️ ::: ps: thank u 2 the DJS 4 playing the jams on point! ::it goes with my vibes I put in my food ❤️ I'll be posting a flier of where I'll be popping up next! Hint : @girlsgonevinyl_la + @footsiesbar = YASSSSSS ... #cantwait #ifthekidsareunitedtheywillneverbedivided 💅🏻✨😋❤️

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Day 30: Celebrations || The recent immigration of much of my (goofy) extended family has turned the dream of celebrating Eid together a reality. #immigrantsmakeamericagreat #MaghribToMaghrib #eidmubarak

Thank you for coming down to support Tianguis open air event yesterday! I enjoyed meeting you all and seeing such amazing things come together! Tianguis crew is la onda and I love how u guys put love & hard work in your event! Gracias 🌹🌽🍺 i have a feeling we will be back for another🌮😎❤️ ::: ps: thank u 2 the DJS 4 playing the jams on point! ::it goes with my vibes I put in my food ❤️ I'll be posting a flier of where I'll be popping up next! Hint : @girlsgonevinyl_la + @footsiesbar = YASSSSSS ... #cantwait #ifthekidsareunitedtheywillneverbedivided 💅🏻✨😋❤️

Had a deliciously memorable dinner at Ataula last night as part of our Portland "staycation." Authentic Catalan seafood paella and aged ham felt great in my tummy, and the little note on the receipt reminding everyone that #immigrantsmakeamericagreat gave Ataula a special place in my heart.

(pt. 1: Rukhsana) “Working with kids is my passion, but I never thought that I would work in a childcare center in the U.S.A..
In 2009 I moved to America from Pakistan because I married a U.S. citizen who was from Pakistan too. That is honestly the only way to move to the U.S., if you marry a U.S. citizen, or if you are going to college or you are studying here. Otherwise it is pretty hard [to get citizenship]. It was a little hard to adjust, because my whole family still lived in Pakistan. Before I came here, I was working as a teacher in a school. I have a bachelor’s degree in education [from Pakistan].
The biggest difference [in the U.S.] was the language barrier. English is my second language, so I tried to overcome this difficulty. [Moving] was so hard because it was the first time that I moved to a different country without my parents. I was feeling a lot of homesickness.
In 2013 I started my career as a food service assistant in a Portland Public School, but I wanted to work with kids so I started looking for a job in childcare. Finally I got my job at the YMCA. This job is a good fit for me to show my skills and experience.
One thing I want to say is that during my journey, people in the U.S.A. helped me a lot. My new friends here and my coworkers... Everybody helped me and I have learned a lot. I also want to thank my trimet bus driver because they help me get to my job. [I asked “Have you ever encountered racism based on your nationality or your skin color?”] No, never. And that is the thing that makes me strong.” #immigrantsmakeamericagreat #immigrantswelcome #americanimmigrant (This is a project that I have been working on for the past few months, inspired by @humansofny . I'm interested in expanding this short project into something larger, so feel free to contact me if you are an American immigrant and you want to tell your story!)

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