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Identifying with the American Creed
This essay breaks the American Creed into three sections which it could be related to: symbols, words, and rituals. It goes into depth on how these three is shown in everyday life by Americans.
Symbols for an American Creed
I talked about the symbols that signify the American Creed. I only talked about three different symbols but one of the symbols are words. I mentioned those symbols because I could relate to them the most and I could connect it back to my own American Creed.
Symbols of Freedom
America is filled with a lot of symbols that most people here know by memory. But, there are some symbols out there that are not as popular or well-known or just hard to decipher at first glance. These are the symbols that have a lot of power in a small package.
Immigration and America
I decided to craft an American Bald Eagle, since it often used to represent America. On it, I put snippets of stories from people who have immigrated to America.
Creed is EVERYWHERE!
American Creed is not just found in things that are "American", but everything in the U.S. has a connection to American Creed.
Lucy Impacts America
We used Photoshop to create an image of someone we feel impacted America. I chose Lucille Ball because I grew up watching I Love Lucy and knew that the show was a big part of other peoples' childhoods as well as mine.
Native American Heritage
I come from a line of Cherokee Native American heritage including people like the famous Sequoyah and Chief Young Tassel! My family and many others were forced on the Trail of Tears and discriminated because of their different cultural backgrounds.
Action Through Artistic Expression
An analysis of the expression of American Creed and how it is portrayed in classical American art and how young artist can use their talents to show their creed in a similar manner.