1198 responsesSurprise Me
Opportunity for Immigrants in America
Gives an outlook of the opportunities that immigrants have in America.
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.
In this essay I talk on how education and community is valuable according to the film American Creed. How differently they are all giving back to the community in their different ways but aiming for the same goal.
My words of American Creed
These words symbolise my American Creed, they all mean something to me. Freedom shows everyone has free rights. Equality shows everyone is equal. Dreams shows that everyone can believe what they want. Independence contributes to all of the other three words before independence.
Freedom is Happiness
A collage of pictures summarizing my ideals of freedom and what I believe it means to be free. Descriptions for each picture are also included.
The United States is a beautiful dream and can open doors for many individuals; unfortunately, for some members of our country, doors remain closed.
Boo Crawley's American Creed
What does it mean to me to be an American? To me being an American means being free, have equal opportunities and to have Natural Rights. Natural rights are rights you are born with and you will have until they day you die. Having equal opportunities
Is the American Dream Achievable for everyone?
My response is about the everyday positives and negatives of being an american. It also focuses on immagrants and student debt. It answers the question, Is the American dream achievable for everyone?
The American Spirit
This is my op-ed piece on the power of the American spirit, especially voicing opinions.
I'll be illustrating my American creed through my dzi dzi (grandpa in Polish) along with inspiring individuals who contributed to the documentary American Creed. My creed is a diamond whose facets are education, nature, and governmental awareness.
My American Creed
My American Creed centers around the idea of individual freedoms. Everyone should have the right and opportunity to pursue their dreams. No person should ever feel unimportant in this world. We should all feel like our chance is waiting for us to achieve our American Dream.
It Doesn't Matter Where You Came From
I chose this project because I wanted to further my understanding of all perspectives of what people expect from U.S and how diversity impacts the way people see U.S.I was able to relate the interviews back to myself and my own community by thinking about my own American Creed.
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.
Years after my grandfather passed away I have written a letter to him explaining how his stories have changed my life.
My Great Grandparents Journey
My grandparents made a great journey to the U.S. to better their lives.
Everyone should be treated with the same equality and respect!
My creed is that everyone should be treated with the same equality and respect so that we all have the same possibilities to achieve our own American dream. I see this problem most in schools dealing with minorities.
A Family's Story
Pricila J. explores her family's American story through the eyes of her grandfather.
This describes my family's ethnic origins and the struggles they faced that define my american creed. This uses evidence from interviews to illustrate how our American creed is formed from our family's struggles and hardships in life in America.
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.
The UNITED states
My essay is not just my American creed but also how we as a people can implement it in our daily lives.