Finding Their ‘Voice’ In The U.S.

Grant Helps Make Good, New Citizens

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Posted: October 4, 2012

Students scrutinize a civics and literacy guide during class at Massanutten Regional Library on Wednesday. Cracking the books are (left to right) Jendry Paulino, Romona Paulino, Celerino Tinoco and Yamira Cardona. He’s studied at home, Tinoco said, but “I decided to come here and get some orientation.” (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Teacher Dale McCoy lends a hand to Aung Hla during writing practice at the Massanutten Regional Library on Wednesday.
HARRISONBURG — Throughout his nearly two decades living in the United States, Celerino Tinoco has felt like he doesn’t quite count.

A permanent legal resident, Tinoco emigrated from Mexico 18...


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