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On Father’s Day, actions mean more than words

The worst stereotypes of immigrant men — as criminals, drug dealers and thieves — don’t stack up to the reality for many families supported by hardworking men. A young Central Valley writer reflects on how her immigrant father has worked diligently for 27 years as a truck driver and field worker, roles that often keep him away from home. “He might not be a superhero, celebrity, or someone prominent, but to me, he is the most important man in this world.” Read more at We’Ced.

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This entry was posted on June 28, 2017 by in Print, WeCed and tagged , , .

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