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Heroes of the American Melting Pot
My piece explores leaders who have fought back against discrimination and created opportunities for future generations of Americans.
The Myth of the American Dream
The illusion of the American Dream has misleadingly lead minorities into a mindless society. In America, we are known as the land of opportunity and success. By us remaining ignorant to the inequalities that still exist, we have allowed thousands of innocent lives to be ruined.
This poem is about religious discrimination and how it isn't right to discriminate people based on their beliefs.
Letter on Religious Discrimination
Have you noticed the issue of religious discrimination has been growing more popular in media. Read this letter to understand more about religious discrimination.
The Italian Perspective
The Italian way of immigration. Through family experiences and other perspectives of Italians. What they went through and how they faced them and let it shape them to be who they are.
American Creed and The Pledge of Allegiance
How the Pledge of Allegiance is a misrepresentation of the American Creed.
Different kinds of creed can get different reactions and trigger different emotions in American people. Prompt: How do words, symbols, or rituals express the American creed?
American Creeds Future
American identity and culture will be shaped not by the adults, but the children and immigrants that are moving into society.
It's A Choice Not A Necessity.
My poem is about my thoughts, questions and beliefs on the Pledge of Allegiance.
A World Without Discrimination
In my American Creed essay I talked about discrimination and how it can affect certain people and why there should be no such thing as discrimination.
Letter to the people of America
This piece is about the inequality found present in America and how it has affected people of color.
The Little Girl
A short story that follows a little girl through her childhood and adulthood, being heavily surrounded by feminism, even though she does *not* support feminism herself. She must figure out how to overcome this challenge since it seems to be so prominent in her life.
The Failure of Our Affirmative Action System
In the United States, affirmative action is used to promote diversity in universities. Universities take race into consideration during their admissions process. But how exactly did we get here? What have people done about this? And should we even keep our current system?
Being An LGBT American
This is about the growth of being a member of the LGBT community in America in 2018.
American Creed Argument
If we put aside our differences, we are able to become, build, and do whatever we desire because we have so many freedoms and privileges.
On the Promise of Stability in America
This piece picks apart the promise of stability in America, exposes the shortcomings of this promise, and elaborates on the actions taken by people to make the promise a reality and their impact on the people around them.
How Americans Affect Immigrants Living In America And Coming From The Southern Border
I have wrote a poem about immigration and how we as americans have been unforgiving to immigrants, whether they are documented or undocumented. I have also written a brief summary/synopsis at the bottom of the page
Reality of the American Dream
My piece is about the varying views and realities on the American Dream.
With freedom comes opportunity. As Americans, what are we to do with our freedom? I believe this freedom we have been given should be used to benefit others.
Don't Hate, Appreciate!
I wrote this essay to help explain that we should all be equal in America and be accepting of each other.
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.
Critiquing The White American Creed
This piece is about how many white Americans believe that being American means you have to be white and you have to promote certain cultural values. This can be shown by the political actions of the U.S. in the past and in the present.
My poem is about the inequality in our country. I focus on three main types of inequality in our country that affect large amounts of people. The goal of my poem is to open each person's eyes about these problems in our country and that each person deserves equality.
My piece is about the value of freedom and how we have become blind to these values and how it is negatively effecting others.
American Creed: Perception Versus Reality
With this essay, I was able to explore the realities of the American creed for minorities by incorporating the voices from various races and ethnicities. This essay also highlights the selectivity in our nation as to who gets utilise their voice and who doesn't; thus speaking out