My home Santiago: Narrative

Posted in: Activity, Childhood Memory, Country, Dominican Republic, Family, Human, Life, Memories, Memory, Motherhood, My Best Childhood Memory, My Family, My Mother, Nature, Personal, Plants, Samples, Trees, Walking, Weather, World

People will always remember where they came from? Ah! When I was a child the world seem to be a place of joy and happiness. Nothing seemed to have much importance, yet looking back to my past I can find a meaning to everything. Furthermore, my house was located in…

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Do Illegal workers help or hurt the economy

Posted in: Books, Career, Family, Hard Work, Help, Illegal Immigration, Immigration Reform, Life, Literature, Migration, Motherhood, My Job, My Mother, Nature, Occupations, Samples, Season, Social Worker, Society, Spring Season, The Help Book, Work

While growing up in Mexico, I heard many stories of people who were going to work in the United States, some illegally, so they could provide a better life for their families. To them, they were going to the land of opportunity, where jobs were plentiful for people who were…

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My (Not So Unique) Holiday Family Traditions

Posted in: D Day, Family, Family History, Family Tradition, History, Life, Motherhood, My Family, My Mother, Other, Personal, Samples, Society, Technology, Thanksgiving, Tradition, War

When our Sociology class was assigned to write about family traditions, I instantly became nervous because I couldn’t think of one tradition off the top of my head that was special and unique to my family. I sat there and wondered, should I tell the truth and reveal the fact…

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My Definition of the American Dream

Posted in: America, American Dream, Career, Family, Goals, History, Life, Motherhood, My Family, My Goals, My Job, My Mother, Occupations, Period, Personal, Samples, Slavery In America, Social Issues, Society, The American Dream, World

We all have seen the magazines, ads, and commercials displaying the typical American family. We see a mom, dad, two kids and the pet dog, which is usually a lab mix. In the background there’s the beautiful house and the white picket fence. Everyone looks happy and satisfied with life.…

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My High School Experience

Posted in: Back To School, Career, Education, Experience, Family, Goals, Grade school, High school, High School Experience, Life, Motherhood, My Goals, My Job, My Mother, Occupations, Samples, School

My high school experience has been a success for me to get to college by taking all of the class I needed to get this far. I have came a long way during my high school career because I really thought I wouldn’t have made it this far due to…

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A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother

Posted in: Art, Family, Homelessness, Homelessness In America, Motherhood, My Mother, Other, Photography, Samples, Social Issues, Society, Technology, Visual Art

James McBride, has a personal element in its origin that is carried throughout the text. The author attempted to discern his race, and uncovered the touching story of his Jewish mother who experienced her own personal Diaspora: she immigrated from Poland to Virginia, and from Virginia to New York City.…

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