Realizing the American Dream-The Personal Triumph of a Guyanese Immigrant
Immigrants will always be a part of the American landscape and the American Dream will certainly be within reach for anyone with a desire to succeed. Yuvraj Ramsaroop shares his triumph as a Guyanese immigrant as he reveals his journey to realizing the American Dream. In this rich autobiographical account, the author makes a compelling case that will inspire anyone with a gut wrenching saga of courage and determination. Readers will be given a revealing look inside life on a sugar plantation in British Guiana during colonial times. In his own words, Ramsaroop shares a vivid account of how growing up in poor conditions should never be a hindrance to an education. Seeking a better life in Canada and then the United States, his unrelenting quest to overcome the hurdles most immigrants face is a remarkable achievement.——-From successfully completing a college education to owning a home and sending his two daughters to medical schools in the United States——Realizing the American Dream is an uplifting true story. Follow the path that he walked and witness how he beat the odds. Through his experiences you will discover the secrets to success and gain ideas for achieving your own.
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