74/22 For immigrants to the U.S., the Fourth of July brings mixed emotions. Typically marked with barbecues and fireworks, the holiday is a celebration of the country’s independence in 1776. This year, six immigrants reflect on what the day means to them, and how that meaning has evolved in recent years.

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