Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: 51 New Americans Provide Important Reminder of Citizen Rights and Responsibilities

During a monthly naturalization ceremony, the joy, pride and commitment on the faces of the 51 newest members of the American family was as unmistakable as it was a warm remembrance to those born here of what it means to be a U.S. citizen… The ceremony was sponsored by Colcom Foundation whose vice president of philanthropy John F. Rohe evoked Pittsburgh icon Fred Rogers by wearing a sweater and addressed the America’s newest citizens with “Welcome to my neighborhood. Won’t you be my neighbor?”


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