We had the pleasure of partnering with three schools and  participating in three Naturalization Ceremonies in Texas cities – Austin on March 21st, College Station on March 22nd and Dallas on March 29th.  The Austin Ceremony was at Lanier High School.  In College Station the Ceremony was held at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center, which is part of the Bush School of Government and Public Service on the Texas A&M Campus.  The third Ceremony was at Sam Tasby Middle School – named after a man who was instrumental in the desegregation of the Dallas public school system.

You will see below some of the highlights of each Ceremony, which we hope you will savor as reflections of the importance of American citizenship to new citizens and to those were were born in this country.  Additional details about the ceremonies can be found in the blog posts for each Ceremony.

4 Comments for this entry

  • Tamara Hogsett
    April 13th, 2012

    We appreciate all the good you are doing and the various ways you are helping all of us appreciate this great land!

  • Jimi Livshitz
    April 10th, 2012

    Amazing !!! Great adventure !!! We miss you all. Say hi to Kipp 🙂

  • Casey Caldwell
    April 9th, 2012

    WOW — what a terrific thing you are doing AND a great adventure!

  • Marty Arvey
    April 5th, 2012

    Congratulations on your progress across the country so far. It looks like Kipp has recovered from his injury and thoroughly enjoyed romping in White Sands. I can’t imagine the inspiration you feel watching all these people from so many countries becoming citizens of the United States, and, likewise, how inspired they must be to meet you and see what you’re doing toward this cause.

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