Minjin Kim

Minjin Kim

San Francisco, CA

1.Who can join a community which accepts the difference of each other. -I am legally korean, but I define myself as an american since i am living here for my significant years of my life in college, i have different culture and background, but I took the U.S history, aware of social issues, and learning the culture through experience. With these background knowledge about american culture and system, my friends treat me as an american since they are open minded and this makes me to accept the difference as a part of the community.

2. Anyone who are willing and able to contribute to America. -who has a strong passion to improve america to be a safer and peaceful country: economically, morally, and spiritually. People who just say they are legally americans, but acting careless are not true americans since they cannot or not willing to improve the situation in america.

We are all part of america and each of us completes and defines to be an american

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