Native Americans: Border Patrol In The United States

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hardships and are constantly motivated to properly educate themselves in order to one day have the capability of creating and sustaining a better life for their families. However, while the American people should somehow be understood for their flaw of overlooking and becoming accustomed to these rights and graciously plentiful opportunities, that should not give them the right to criticize or discriminate another group of people seeking to create a better future for their families. The American people have come to a point in which joking about Hispanics’ struggles in this nation is not an immoral topic of conversation, in fact some individuals simply do it as a way of generating laughter and humor. These forms of discrimination have come…show more content…
After making the pivotal decision of commencing such an expedition, Hispanics face the constant threat that has come to be known as border patrol. At this stage the United States of America holds the right of arresting individuals with the intent of settling illegally on American soil. By committing one single mistake Hispanics face the risk of having their dreams of creating a better a future for their children, completely shattered. Along with these thoughts of having the possibility of being caught by the United States’ border patrol exists the unbearable environmental conditions posed by the arid territories and deserts surrounding the major southern border the United States. The threat to these aspirations endure even after these individuals settle in the United States since the danger of deportation only ceases to exist after citizenship is obtained. Above all the dangers presented throughout this journey, the most intimidating of all seems to be the possibility of facing death at any moment and time while seeking freedom, by emigrating from a Latin American country to the United

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