In advance of the Fourth of July, we look at the meaning of citizenship in this country. Recently the Crawford Family Forum hosted an event entitled, Becoming American and Take Two host A Martinez was the moderator. He interviewed a panel of Americans that have a unique take on American citizenship; Bricia Lopez, Mexican-American co-proprietor of Guelaguetza Restaurant; Joanne Griffith, British-born journalist and Rod Arriola, a local businessman who carries both US and Philippine citizenship.
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