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Book details
  • Genre:LAW
  • SubGenre:Emigration & Immigration
  • Language:English
  • Pages:118
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098351823

Making America Great: The Immigrant Experience

by Sekou Clarke View author's profile page

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Overview
In Making America Great: The Immigrant Experience, former Jamaican athlete and now naturalized U.S. citizen Sekou M. Clarke shares his unique experience navigating America as an immigrant and as an immigration attorney. His life is a representation of the American Dream, and his book breathes life into the real experiences of immigrants today and throughout U.S. history. Sekou believes it is impossible to tell the American story without stories of immigrants. He breaks down the meaning of "We the People," exploring the history of U.S. immigration, challenging commonly held views, and debunking the polarizing narrative that immigrants are second-class citizens, invading and robbing Americans of opportunities. Throughout this enlightening read, Sekou weaves in true stories of clients he has served. He examines the value immigrants have added to a number of U.S. industries and institutions, and invites readers to explore the theory that America has not become weaker because it became different; America became stronger because it embraced those differences. Sekou also shares his thoughts on how immigrants can evolve, adapt and most importantly, thrive in today's America.
Description
In Making America Great: The Immigrant Experience, former Jamaican athlete and now naturalized U.S. citizen Sekou M. Clarke shares his unique experience navigating America as an immigrant and as an immigration attorney. His life is a representation of the American Dream, and his book breathes life into the real experiences of immigrants today and throughout U.S. history. Sekou believes it is impossible to tell the American story without stories of immigrants. He breaks down the meaning of "We the People," exploring the history of U.S. immigration, challenging commonly held views, and debunking the polarizing narrative that immigrants are second-class citizens, invading and robbing Americans of opportunities. Throughout this enlightening read, Sekou weaves in true stories of clients he has served. He examines the value immigrants have added to a number of U.S. industries and institutions, and invites readers to explore the theory that America has not become weaker because it became different; America became stronger because it embraced those differences. Sekou also shares his thoughts on how immigrants can evolve, adapt and most importantly, thrive in today's America.
About the author
Sekou M. Clarke is the Founder and Managing Attorney of The Sekou Clarke Law Group based in Orlando, Florida. He is passionate about Immigration Law and Injury rights. Sekou immigrated to the United States as a scholarship Track and Field athlete to the University of Florida. During his Track and Field career, Sekou was a Two-Time National champion, multiple time All-American and a member of the Jamaican National Team in track and field. Sekou's Legal journey began in High-School at Jamaica College where he studied English Law and West-Indian and European History in his final year. Sekou is prideful in the meaning of his name-- "warrior", because it embodies who is and his approach to life.
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