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My American Creed
My American dream or Creed is that everyone needs to be able to have opportunities in about the same ease as everyone else.
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 American Creed
“My American Creed” is about what it means to me to be an American and two core values I live by. I wrote about the opportunities in America and that my two core values are equality and individualism.
Education is important staring at a young age because many have background and go through unexpected things.
The United States is a beautiful dream and can open doors for many individuals; unfortunately, for some members of our country, doors remain closed.
What Shapes Us
America provides many opportunities for those who are willing to work. “Good luck is the residue of hard work. The harder you work, the luckier you get.”
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.
I wrote a story about my Pop, who grew up in poverty, and how he proves that the American Dream is, in fact, attainable to any American through hard work, perseverance despite wealth, social status, and circumstances at birth.
Education and Community
The American Creed is education and community as described by Deidre Prevett, Condoleezza Rice, and Eric Liu
The American Dream
I wrote this op-ed about my ideas on the American Dream based on the information from the documentary.
These immigration stories are supposed to see the point of view of immigrants. It's supposed to help you understand their struggles.
A Family's Story
Pricila J. explores her family's American story through the eyes of her grandfather.
My piece is about many different topics about the American Creed. First, I talk about the history and how the American Creed was created. Then, I talk about American. Finally, I state my personal opinion about America and how I feel about being an American.
Years after my grandfather passed away I have written a letter to him explaining how his stories have changed my life.
Education Leading To Success
This writing is about the importance of education in America and how it helps our lives be successful.
What is my American Creed?
What My Op-Ed is about people's beliefs and how we can have the right to believe in what we want to believe in and how false information is told on the internet that creates stereotypes and makes people think differently.
The American Creed
What does the American creed mean? Perhaps freedom and more opportunities to accomplish your dreams.
Some people come from places where their voices will not be heard. This is about a girl who seeks freedom similar to how it is in the United States.
My American Creed
There are many different ways people can express their American Creed and improve the community and bond in the US.
A perspective of a high school student seeing what's going on and how he feels and when he drops out he gives his perspective that he should have stayed in school and how hard it is to get money when he you don't have a high school diploma