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Take Off

Rags. Torn soles. And torn souls.   Every morning they had one choice: the same shirt everyday, and the same pair of shoes they had owned for years. Their main goal was to survive until...

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The Magic of Morocco

This past summer, my dad and I took our second trip to Morocco to see more of the wonderful country, drawn back to the North African paradise. Morocco has a magic about it, stemming from its architecture,...

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Leaving America

On the corner of where the blind man begs and where the little girl cries, I solemnly stand on a lonesome street in Jamaica. The sun blazes, but it does not blind me from the culture I somehow stumbled...

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Taiwan, or, How I Met My Family

I'd always lived in California. I'd never been anywhere else -- not even out of state! -- and I can't imagine living anywhere else. This, I suppose, is exactly why my mother intended to visit her native...

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A TRIP OF FAITH

On August 29, 2005 my town and family was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. We lost everything to the mighty flood waters of the storm. There was no food or water for days because the supplies we had...

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City in the Clouds

The advantage of being in 'dorkastra' (also known as orchestra), were about slim to none. Sure, we gifted individuals had the opportunity to saw away on our noise makers while the neighboring class...

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Hawaii’s Sugar People

We are going to Hawaii!! The surf, the sun, the shopping, the lights and sounds of Waikiki were all awaiting me. And yet, there was more. There was a side of Hawaii that held some history, hard work,...

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New York Rants

It's was three weeks before school started. I found out my sisters and my cousin were planning to take a trip to New York -- New Jersey actually -- to where my uncle lives and where my grandma is staying....

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The World: Impossibly Large, Surprisingly Small

The United States holds some of the most beautiful sites in the world. During my life I have been fortunate to travel this country extensively, and I've never finished a trip without a story to tell....

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