From Discrimination to Immigration; My Jewish American Creed

In order to understand how my family has affected the way I view my own American creed, I conducted interviews with my mother, father, and grandmother. Ultimately my goal was to figure out, connect, and contrast on how my family history has affected my American Creed.

By Daniel.B from Staples High School in Connecticut

Sources

Blaustein, Daniel, and Gary Blaustein. “Dad-American Creed Interview.” 6 June 2019.

Blaustein, Daniel, and Pamela Blaustein. “Mom-American Creed Interview.” 4 June 2019.

Blaustein, Daniel, and Maxine Blaustein. “Grandmother-American Creed Interview.” 7 June 2019.


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