From Escaping Genocide in Rwanda to U.S. Citizenship; America the Beautiful


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LISTEN NOW! John, Pat and Chris discuss the story of a woman named Immaculee llibagiza from Rwanda and how she became an American citizen.  Immaculee was in Rwanda during the conflict in the early 90’s between the Tutsi’s and Hutus.  She was able to find safety in her neighbor’s  bathroom hiding with seven other women and girls.  Unfortunately her parents and brothers were killed.  In 1998 she moved to New York and the U.S. granted her asylum.  Just recently Immaculee along with 50 others from 16 nations became a U.S. citizen.  They continue to talk about Immaculee’s joy  and happiness in becoming a citizen.  They remind us of what makes our country great and why so many people from all over the world want to come to the U.S.  They also encourage us to listen to the U.S Citizenship Test and Game on VFNRadio where they challenged themselves to take the same test that many people must take and pass to be citizens. They encourage us not to take for granted the blessing of this great nation we have been given so that we won’t lose it. 
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