of responses from about

What Americans Do
Christianna P.
Michigan
Is the American Dream still achievable?
Rosemarie P.
New York
Plan of Success
Zakotah
Arizona
"Promise Land"
Olivia T.
New York
American Dream
Culture
Nebraska
Freedom
Knowledge
Nebraska
How Being A First Generation Can Affect Views on What it Means to be an American
Joanna D.
Michigan
What does it mean to be an American?
Jennifer M.
Texas
Is America Succeeding?
Blakely H.
California
Anyone Can Find Potential
Jessica K.
Michigan
The Word Racism
John D.
Michigan
American Freedom
Maggie B.
Florida
Family and American Creed
Tyanna A.
Arizona
American Creed
Thomas H.
Kentucky
How do Diverse Americans Understand the American Creed?
Kade
North Dakota
American Creed Argument
Olivia H.
Montana
Rights And Freedoms Make Us Equal
Mason D.
Michigan
What it Means to be an American
Nathan h.
Texas
How do words, symbols, or rituals express the American creed?
Eli B.
Kentucky
My American Creed
Mariah
Montana
Reconstruction in today's society and what it means to be American
Myka O.
Pennsylvania
Risky Business
John M.
Michigan
My American Creed
Ivan P.
Texas
The Future Leaders
Dean R.
New York
American Creed; Educational Opportunities
Donna
Michigan
A World Without Discrimination
Andrew B.
Michigan
American Creed
Jax W.
Texas
Immigration
noor a.
Michigan
My Family's Journey to the American Creed
Estefano E.
Alaska
ISHY'S AMERICAN CREED
Ish
Arizona
American Creed Argument
Baylee G.
Montana
Action and Community
Quentin
Pennsylvania
The Creed with Many Scars
Dylan
Michigan
My American Creed
Jaden Knight
Arizona
American Expectations Vs. Reality
Desi O.
Michigan
Education is Success
Myra C.
Arizona
The Opportunity of Education
Aileen M.
Michigan
To Be American
Randal Davis
Montana
American Creed Argument
Marissa S.
Montana
Dream
Emma Todd
Nebraska
American Resilience and Progress
Max S.
Michigan
My American Creed
Emiliano A.
Texas
What is an American?
Gaby S.
Texas
Opportunities in America
Taylor F. and Ashley F.
California
How Does Your Family and Community History Connect to Your American Creed?
Shireen Kaakarli
Michigan
America's Obligation?
Kyra Z.
Michigan
A Legacy of Honor
Lillian K.
Michigan
Reality of the American Dream
taryn m
Michigan
American Creed
Anna M.
Florida
American Creed
Micah R.
Montana
Importance of Change
Frankie G.
New York
Rehabilitation Over Punishment for Drug Addicts
Shawn J.
New York
It's Simple
ekko
Nebraska
Defining "American"
Matthew P.
Texas
America is.....
caroline c.
Kentucky
What Being American Means
Jazmyn
Arizona
America, Divided We Unify
Kade
Florida
America
Michelle L.
New York
America and the Fourth of July
Keith N.
Michigan
What It Means To Be American
Eduardo P.
Montana
The Idiocy of Defunding Planned Parenthood
Sofia C.
Michigan
Dear Grandchild
Sara N.
Michigan
Biological Family? Perhaps not
Rheanna T.
Michigan
My Beliefs on Women Equality
Ayesha Garcia
Arizona
The Melting Pot of Family
Abby T.
Michigan
My American Creed
holden m.
Texas
Sydnee's American Creed
Sydnee
Alaska
America, The Land of the Free?
JaVonne K.
Michigan
Symbols for an American Creed
Laiza Escareno
Arizona
My Family of Immigrants
Mustafa B.
Michigan
American Creed-Problem in America
Jayms
Michigan
Strive To Succeed
Perla S.
Arizona
Impoverished Education
Sovann H.
Michigan
American Creed
Nate G.
Montana
American Values in the Political Climate of 2018
Sophia
Michigan
Creed is EVERYWHERE!
N.J.L
Arizona
American Dream within the American Creed
Jenna P.
Michigan
My American Creed
Nick R.
Florida
American Creed
Elizabeth W., Sara M., Colleen D., Keanu C., Alec M.
Michigan
Past and Present: A Family's American Creed
Tekyira M.
Michigan
Symbol of Guns in America
Nik T.
New York
Immigration Stories
Alex
Michigan
American Creed
Sydney S.
Texas
Compromise
Jake Tomanocy
New York
An American Creed
Sam G.
Texas
My American Creed
Kaison Kaylor
North Dakota
Origins of my American Creed
Natalia
Arizona
“The Marginalized”
Roxana P. Dayanara F.
Nevada
Who I Really Am
Ashlyn M.
Michigan
My Community's American Creed
isabella
Arizona
Don't Deny the Poblems We Face
Andrew E.
Michigan
Word, Rituals and Symbols
Makenna B. and Isabella N.
North Dakota
How and Why My Understanding of the American Creed is different
Jordan C.
Arizona
What It Means To Be An American
Maddi C.
Montana
Your American Creed is up to you to determine.
Alexandra G.
Arizona
Shattered Glass
Marc H.
Texas
My Family and the American Creed
Solo Lim
Florida
How freedom is an essential aspect to American life's
Daniel O.
Arizona
American Creed
jaxson
North Dakota
America, My Home
Keaton S.
North Dakota

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