An invitation to write.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David M. Kennedy come together from remarkably different backgrounds, life experiences, and points of view to explore the idea of a unifying American creed. Their spirited inquiry frames the stories of a range of citizen-activists striving to realize their own visions of America’s promise across deep divides. Launched in February 2018, you and your students are invited to add your stories to the conversation sparked by American Creed.
Bring the film to your classroom or learning center and support young people in responding on this website through writing, art, and media through these five invitations to respond.
Dreams & The Gaps Between
Land and the American Dream
Important Words from American Creed
The Melting Pot of Family
Equality For All
My Family and the American Creed
How reachable is your American Dream?
The American Dream
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Little did I know that the meaning of those words was as grand as the world, literally.
You accept your own responsibility as an American to stay informed of what is happening and know what you can do to help the societal/economical problems that may arise.
I organized questions surrounding the topic on how today’s political climate has affected the American Dream and posed it to a diverse audience.
My family history connects to my American Creed by lessons from home that shaped me to who I am today.
As a kid, this line of the pledge made me think of the flag as blanket, surrounding and protecting us from harm.
The process of applying to migrate to America is a long and hard one.