What does Independence Day/Fourth of July mean to you?
|I think there’s always a reason to celebrate, and if you can’t celebrate where we’re at, we should celebrate what we’re working toward.
|True patriotism for our country. I’m as American as apple pie and all about the red, white and blue!
|Freedom. Being able to do all the things you want to under the confines of the law.
|It doesn’t mean that much to me because I don’t think America’s really independent. Independence Day gives us the feeling of independence but in reality Americans are not truly independent.
||Kerf Tehuti Ankn Atun
|It doesn’t mean the end of the struggle for me. It means that we made milestones along the way, yet we must continue to move forward as there’s much progress to accomplish.
||Ida D. Polite
|It means more than just the independence of a country. It’s more about the celebration of the whole individual: body, mind, spirit.
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