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By Liam Cooper
A logical rebuttal to the heinous views expressed on C-SPAN2.
Poetry | Updated Aug 9, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Israel is not easy to get into if you look like some pro-Palestine peace activist. This is the story of an interrogation.
Account of a woman diagnosed with breast cancer.
Account of an illegal immigrant struggling to get documents in Europe.
Why do people discriminate against Hiv/Aids victims instead of love and respect they deserve in the community? Close the door against Aids, not the victim.
This short story is about a hard working Italian American gentleman, who moves to America with his dad to make a fortune. He has to overcome multiple hurdles to reach his ultimate goal, and he encounters sadness and depression in his life. But he also encounters happiness and love.
Choran, a 13 year old Chinese immigrant moves to San Francisco due to economical issues where he encounters a new lifestyle and experiences a new culture. Step by step, him and his family overcomes obstacles to pursuit happiness.
This book is about the story of three Irish immigrants that struggle to find a new life in their new home, America.
Book | Updated May 9, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
It is 1847 and fourteen year old Kathleen Ryan has just immigrated to Boston from Ireland. She and her family have to overcome discrimination and disease in their new life.
How I see the immigration situation.
Poetry | Updated Mar 6, 2013 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 4
After decades of prime-time comedy at the expense of Conservatives, author JC Shannon decided it was time to turn the tables of satire. Taking readers deep into â€˜The Teflon Hall of Fameâ€™, his new book gives Liberals a literal run for their money.
By Ill Buddha
IN FRENCH: A young senegalese illegal immigrant about to drown at sea flashes back to how he got there.
By Dakota Blue
Emme's home is in France. She doesn't want to go to immigrate to America. Here is a short story about her last day at home.
A family's adaptation to a new country through the daughter Esma's eyes.
This is an excerpt from the novel Almost a Turkish Soap Opera, a companion book for the feature film and web series. If you are a fan of the web series or film, you will find the book just as entertaining. There are many questions answered in the book and more detail about each character.