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Overcoming the American Struggle
The Creed of American's is the struggle that they endure and then overcome. In our nation there's multiple roadblocks to success, such as struggle to afford education and mental health issues. Overcoming these struggles proves the strength and drive of Americans.
The media tends to focus on the negative actions of the people who protect the citizens of The United States and their right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. This video will highlight the sacrifices they have made for our safety.
Education makes us aware of our skills, knowledge, wisdom, and we’ll be able to apply these to our situations in life, not only for our own good but also to make the world a better place.
Communication is Key
This talks about how overall communication is what made America and ultimately it makes people an American.
The Creed of The Past, Present and Future
As we have wrapped up our unit on the American Creed, we wrote an expository essay in which we wrote what the American Creed means to us personally. I wrote that the American Creed encompasses our past, the present, and the future, as well as everything America was meant to be.
"We call these kids, many of whom are now adults,’“Dreamers’ because they are chasing the American Dream."
The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave
America is home to many people; however, some could be more passionate about their American beliefs. We the people need to work together as a team and a united country to help restore its wonders!
Immigration in America
In this podcast, we discuss the issue of immigration and how it affects everyday life in the US. We discuss why it is important to the success of America, and how it affects other countries, as well.
A More Perfect Union
The belief that you can create change through action is an essential American characteristic. We express our national creed by speaking out for what we believe in and trying to improve our nation.
Every American's Creed
My photoshop masking image portraits the bald eagle which is the symbol of America.It symbolizes liberty, justice, fraternity, and equality.
Martin Luther King Jr. Masking
My masking assignment is over Martin Luther King Jr. I will continue to look up to his bravery. He understood the importance of diversity and freedom for all. This man not only stood up for what he believed in but also made a difference in history.
Freedom, Opportunity and the American Creed
My piece is about the history of my grandparents and how their lives in Italy were able to connect to my American Creed.
A Family's Story
Pricila J. explores her family's American story through the eyes of her grandfather.
The Sculpting Form of Equality
Everybody deserves to be treated equally no matter their race/cultural background. Everyone should also be able to express their feelings and beliefs in order to help others understand their situation.
Same Motivations, Different Century
How our own history shapes our ability to understand others and create an accepting American creed
Ever Wonder Why Suicide Is a Big Problem?
My piece is about Suicide and why so many teens have those type of thoughts.
Ignorance: Anything but Bliss
My piece is focused on how my family and the community I grew up in have shaped my American Creed. Many of my family members are immigrants and I grew up in a town where I am a minority, giving me a unique perspective concerning equal treatment for minorities.
American Creed Argument
If you want to be able to have individual liberty and opportunity, you are going to come across struggle. We live in the land of the free but in order to have this, there will be struggles that come along.
My American Creed ...
I believe that opportunities should be distributed equally and shouldn't discriminate against differences.
The Freedom Song
My American Creed speaks upon my own experiences growing up in Westport, my continued exposure to the arts, and how my family, freedoms, and opportunities have helped to influence my passions.
Being Creative is More Than Just a Hobby
This essay is about the link between being creative and a happier, more successful life.
American Creed-Problem in America
This is about the American dream, and what a major problem in America is.
Our country has made a habit of taking for granted the opportunities we have as Americans. We are growing further and further away from each other and we need something to hold us together. We can start with appreciating what we have as Americans.
Starving kids and families world-wide
This piece is about how their are starving children and families in america and other countries. Also it provides information on the topic that concerns why people should show more interest on kids who doesn't have enough to eat or is in poverty.
Preserving Family Culture
Preserving family culture is essential to my American Creed. Remembering and acknowledged our family's history helps increase the diversity in America, which is beautiful and unique.