48 responses about "american dream"Surprise Me
My response is a poem describing the ideals of America and the people within. The poem takes into account why so many migrate to America and what it means to be an American. It describes America as a place of freedom and hope.
Ending Generational Trauma
Even though she was given nothing in the foster care system, my mom fought to better her future and the future of her family. This is the what the American dream is all about.
My American Creed
What does it truly mean to be an American? In a short narrative I describe what I believe is the true American Creed we share as a nation.
Will's American Creed
I created this slideshow to show and explain my American Creed. I chose three phrases that I think are very important to this country and should be talked about because of how amazing they are.
Since the 1800s, many Europeans and many other people immigrated to the U.S. They all came for the same the purpose to achieve the American Dream.
The Importance of the American Dream
My parent's stories about overcoming racial and economic adversity in different ways transform my American Creed into making sure everybody has opportunities to overcome their challenges and live their American Dream.
The Many Creeds
American Creed is different for everyone. Being American is as simple as following your dreams.
American Creed Assignment
My american creed is that i have freedom,equality, and justice. I'm proud to be an american because people can accept me or others for who i am or others like gender, culture,food,language, Etc without force of others around me.
Exploration to National Identity
My essay : Exploration to National Identity is based off 3 people from the documentary American Creed. Joe Maddon, Condoleezza Rice, and Deidre Prevett resonate about the same topic; Community, Education, and Freedom.
The American Creed
My response describes how their are similarities in everyone's view on the American Creed.
I wrote a story about my Pop, who grew up in poverty, and how he proves that the American Dream is, in fact, attainable to any American through hard work, perseverance despite wealth, social status, and circumstances at birth.
We are all Americans
My poem is about what can make us all Americans and even when we all come from different nation.
Aspiration for Education
Despite having many responsibilities as the first of his family in the United States, my grandfather was able overcome many obstacles to obtain higher education and have a successful career in the U.S. military.
My American Creed
To live the American Dream is to believe in yourself, no matter who you are, where you come from, or what class you were born into. It's to believe in yourself that you can be whatever you want to be in a place where everyone gets equal opportunities
The United States is a beautiful dream and can open doors for many individuals; unfortunately, for some members of our country, doors remain closed.
Education is a part of the American Creed because it helps us understand who we are and also learn about our history to become someone in the future such as Condoleezza Rice and Dierdre Prevett
My American Creed
This is a poem that brings all my ideas about mass incarceration, the issues towards felonies' rights ,and the impact this has on the American dream in one piece of writing. I have also added an illustration I drew to further push these ideas.
The Melting Pot
How do diverse Americans understand the American creed? While every American has their own unique set of goals they want to reach, underneath that; every American has a similar creed to work towards success.
America Our World
As an American, I believe we all have the right to freedom. No matter if you're privileged, low class, etc. Freedom belongs to everyone and that's why I wrote this argument to help others see my point of view as a young American.
Being an American isn’t only about how you look and where you come from; it can also be about who you are on the inside and what makes you an American. Education is a big part of the American dream & allows people to succeed and improve beneficially.
The American Creed and Our Failures
The American Dream is a representation of the people, and we fail to live up to that standard every day. I hope we find what made America special.
Our "United" States of America
This argumentative essay talks about my American creed. The importance of unity and community and working towards achieving them is my American creed.