243 responses about "creed"Surprise Me
How is American Creed defined by its members?
A narrative of how my immigrant mother overcame hardships to become American, relating to Gone with the Wind and the Great Gatsby, defining what American Creed is, defined by those whom belong to it.
American Creed vs American Dream
In my essay I talk about the American creed and how it relates to the American dream. I compare and contrast the actual definition of the two historical terms.
What Your Family and Community Really Mean to American Creed
Throughout this essay, I focus on my Irish family history and military community to describe a personal meaning of American Creed, and what life is like in the United States today.
The Lost Dream
The United States has lost its common luster known as the American Dream. Through my essay, I explain the problems caused by the parts of the American Dream that have been lost and how those parts affects the American people today.
Life is viewed differently from generation to generation. This is an excerpt of an interview with my Grandmother about our family and what it means to be free to her.
Family history and the American Creed
An essay about my family history and origin, and how it connects to the American Creed.
American Creed Essay
If you wanted to know what it is to be an American, then this is what it is to me.
How the American Creed has Affected my Family.
My grandparents came from Russia in search of a better life for their family. They came to America to achieve freedom and follow the American Dream. Throughout their experience they have developed their own American Creed and now I have started to develop one as well.
What is Your American Creed
My American Creed is based on acceptance, integrity, diversity, and perseverance.
What Is Your American Creed?
I discuss my personal American Creed and how the position I have been born into has affected that outlook
American Creed Interview
Inspired by the American Creed documentary, we decided to make our own version by interviewing people of different ages, races and gender to get the diverse views of students at our high school. We found many commonalities and many differences among Americans.
My American Creed
My Creed Is about Patriotism, Citizenship, and hard work. I hope I can love up to these things and be a good American.
My American Creed: Living with the Discussion of a "Dream," but Never Seeing it Realized
The repercussions of a teen who realizes everything she was told about America is far from the truth. Its sounds slightly dramatic, sure, but becoming more aware of the social constructs in this country continues to surprise me.
My American Creed
This is my American Creed; this is about the way others lives are compared to mine. Along with what people should treasure with what is given to them.
Your American Creed is up to you to determine.
How does your American creed depend on where your going in life? It depends on how you determine your american creed and how you live up to it. Many people through out the United States. The liberty you have in your life a fundamental base for your own creed.
Rights And Freedoms Make Us Equal
Rights and Freedoms that are given to Americans are very important. We should not judge one other based on looks or physical characteristics.
One Step Closer
As a second generation Indian immigrant in America, the push and pull of cultures has both defined and created conflict in my identity. My American Creed is about accepting all parts of myself and expanding that idea of celebrating diversity to the larger society.
This is a piece by a high school student on the core American Values and what his views are on the subject. And it shows how the values affect people, and what experiences have led to the values.
How do Diverse Americans Understand the American Creed?
We might not agree on everything, even if it's with our own family. However, we can and should understand what people of other views than us think. But, a lot of the times we don't. We need to fix that.
My Life In America, In The Past 18 Years
This is a piece about my life in the past 18 years in America