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A24 - The eagle represents America. The little people that are walking represents all of the little kids that go to the fields some of them play around or they either work to help their families. The boy with the cap and gown represents from little kids working in the fields they grow up to graduate. The faces in the sky with the wings represent form growing up in the fields they become professionals like doctors, chefs, police cops, and artist.
A47 – My drawing that I drew has a really great meaning. The girl in the drawing is a Dr. Why is she in the field? You might be asking. Well, she worked in the field, along with her parents. After all, she manages to accomplish her dream. Her dream was to become a doctor, and her parents would not have to work in the field or anywhere ever again. So, now do you see the colors in the fields? Well they have a significant. Let’s start with red. Red is for the anger because it was not fair for her to work and get paid a little. She could help her family much. Orange is for courage. She had courage to stand for her family and work extra hours to help her family. Yellow is for the happiness she had for her younger siblings were going to school. She was also happy because her family appreciated her. Green was for Love! She had love for her family. Blue was for sadness. She felt sad when they couldn’t buy stuff they needed, and when she got in trouble. Purple was for her bravery. She was brave in leaving her family, but coming back with money for her family. Brown is for her race. She is Mexican and she loves being Mexican. Black is for her family. She has a great family that encourages her to be what she is today a doctor. Thank you!
A74 – When my parents come home from working in the fields, the first I do for them is give them a massage, some cool water and their chanclas (flip-flops). I wish I could take their place. In my painting I’m working in the fields – to take their place. I promise to myself I will study hard and graduate from college and one day help my mom and dad. When I grow up I want to be a pediatric oncologist to help the kids with cancer to have a better life.
B1 – The road represents the girls life or the long way she has ahead of herself. The colorful dots in the fields are the produce the immigrants pick. The view of the high mountains mean that no matter how big your dream is it is never too big to accomplish. The flag on top of the mountain represents her goal in life but that is not the only goal she has because everyday there is a new challenge for us. The girl in the blue cap and gown represents the little girls dream and amazing desire to be someone important and make a difference and help or society to be better. As the little girl is walking she is holding on tight to the girl in the cap and gown which is her dream. Basically my life is described in one drawing already. I honestly see myself in the little girl in my drawing persevering mi sueno. I am not ashamed of my race or my background instead I’m proud. I don’t regret being an immigrant.
B2 - Migrant child don't only struggle in working in a hot day in field but also struggle to get good grades in school.
B12 – A parent will risk it all to watch their child flourish in the fields.

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267 Votes in 264 days
Created 31st July 2018 - 5:00 AM

Results Breakdown - Part 2 / 6

A24 - The eagle represents America. The little people that are walking represents all of the little kids that go to the fields some of them play around or they either work to help their families. The boy with the cap and gown represents from little kids working in the fields they grow up to graduate. The faces in the sky with the wings represent form growing up in the fields they become professionals like doctors, chefs, police cops, and artist.
47
18%
A47 – My drawing that I drew has a really great meaning. The girl in the drawing is a Dr. Why is she in the field? You might be asking. Well, she worked in the field, along with her parents. After all, she manages to accomplish her dream. Her dream was to become a doctor, and her parents would not have to work in the field or anywhere ever again. So, now do you see the colors in the fields? Well they have a significant. Let’s start with red. Red is for the anger because it was not fair for her to work and get paid a little. She could help her family much. Orange is for courage. She had courage to stand for her family and work extra hours to help her family. Yellow is for the happiness she had for her younger siblings were going to school. She was also happy because her family appreciated her. Green was for Love! She had love for her family. Blue was for sadness. She felt sad when they couldn’t buy stuff they needed, and when she got in trouble. Purple was for her bravery. She was brave in leaving her family, but coming back with money for her family. Brown is for her race. She is Mexican and she loves being Mexican. Black is for her family. She has a great family that encourages her to be what she is today a doctor. Thank you!
4
1%
A74 – When my parents come home from working in the fields, the first I do for them is give them a massage, some cool water and their chanclas (flip-flops). I wish I could take their place. In my painting I’m working in the fields – to take their place. I promise to myself I will study hard and graduate from college and one day help my mom and dad. When I grow up I want to be a pediatric oncologist to help the kids with cancer to have a better life.
6
2%
B1 – The road represents the girls life or the long way she has ahead of herself. The colorful dots in the fields are the produce the immigrants pick. The view of the high mountains mean that no matter how big your dream is it is never too big to accomplish. The flag on top of the mountain represents her goal in life but that is not the only goal she has because everyday there is a new challenge for us. The girl in the blue cap and gown represents the little girls dream and amazing desire to be someone important and make a difference and help or society to be better. As the little girl is walking she is holding on tight to the girl in the cap and gown which is her dream. Basically my life is described in one drawing already. I honestly see myself in the little girl in my drawing persevering mi sueno. I am not ashamed of my race or my background instead I’m proud. I don’t regret being an immigrant.
29
11%
B2 - Migrant child don't only struggle in working in a hot day in field but also struggle to get good grades in school.
165
62%
B12 – A parent will risk it all to watch their child flourish in the fields.
16
6%
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Nancy Rivenbark
Aug 18, 2018
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