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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.
My piece is about how we as a country can come together and accomplish things in the future, instead of being in a constant static state.
My essay was about the perspectives of being an American from the eyes of Terrence Davenport. His views on struggle and unity, in my essay I write about how hearing his perspective on what it means to be American, and how it affected my views on struggle, ingenuity, and unity.
My American Creed
These poems show how my community, family, and family origins strengthen my American Creed.
My Grandparent's American Journey
The following is about a couple from Michigan who have experienced many hardships in their lives, and they have "been around the block a few times " as some may say. This accounts for their history and memories of past generations and present experiences.
Through hard work, fighting for your identity, knowing who you are, and being true to yourself it can lead you to the American Dream. People need to value their opportunities and work for what they want.
What does it mean to be an American?
This speech that I have created is about how I depict myself as an American and how there is so many aspects of American life. I also describe how important these really are and how some people don’t recognize the importance.
Home of the Brave
This is a masking project of an eagle filled with the words Justice, Freedom, Equality, Unity made in Photoshop to show the values the American Creed.
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.” ― Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche You are yourself, along with others you make a community. Each part, with their histories, are equally as important.
We researched the process of naturalization through the lives of our family members and other people with similar stories.
My writing is about the importance of language within america and how it affects families and people.
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.
Communication is Key
This talks about how overall communication is what made America and ultimately it makes people an American.
What Does it Mean to be American?
To be an American means to be united. We were named the United States of America, so Americans can come together to solve problems and to help this country thrive. Not to become separated over issues that Republicans and Democrats can't agree on.
What the American Creed Means to Me
My piece is about what my idea of the American Creed means to me.
This slide show is about my American Creed. Its about rituals and symbols of America.
My Life In America, In The Past 18 Years
This is a piece about my life in the past 18 years in America
What it Means to be American
In this piece, I talk about what it means to be American and providing evidence and reasoning to back up my claim.
On Letting Go Of What Once Was
This piece is a critique of the fallacies in America today and a proposal of what can be done to stop them. This nation has tried to rely on the same old values yet still pleads that progress is being made, a stagnation that goes against the rights of man, woman, and child.