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Racism in America
Racism is a huge problem not only around the U.S, but the world. racism has a huge impact in the history of the U.S. In this article, I'm trying to find out what started racism, what influences racism, and how to end racism.
My poem is about civil rights, individuality, and capability as people of our nation.
We had to pick someone from history that represents American Creed. I picked Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln has done so anything for this country so I thought he was an example of American Creed.
so basically my response is about believing and that you should never give up and you should keep trying even when it gets hard.
My American Creed: Family and Service
It is about how my community, family, and I help the community and how we help others and how I think we can help those who are in need.
The Creed and Dreams of the American People
The analysis of the quote that claims “...Powers are derived from the consent of the governed...” and how it relates to the illusive American Dream that we all share, as well as what it means to me.
American Creeds Future
American identity and culture will be shaped not by the adults, but the children and immigrants that are moving into society.
The DREAM For The Students
Everyone should know that education is one of the most important things in our life. Some people take school for granted, but there are groups of people who actually want to do good in school. They are the ones who help out this country.
The Allfather effect
My piece is about the ways that pantheons and ideas have been destructed through time. Some of these beliefs have lasted for hundreds of years but there was never really talk about how or why the believers just stopped believing.
Everyone has often wondered what "The American Dream" really is; this poem is just a short version of my American Dream.
The Continuation of the Constitution
The Constitution has been the highest law in America for 200 years, yet today, this law is not reaching far enough to continue to represent the freedoms all Americans must possess. As our society shifts, the Constitution must adapt to the people’s needs.
Symbols that represent American Creed
American creed can be symbolized by different words/ symbols. Everyone has their own sense of what they think American Creed is and how it can affect them.
The American Dream
My essay is about the modernized idea of the american dream, and how it applies to the current American people and their everyday lives.
My American Creed
Rice and Cummins value education due to how it creates more opportunities that can turn your American dream into a reality no matter race, skin color, social class, etc. Education gives everyone the same opportunity.
My American Creed
What does it mean to be an American? It means having freedom but abiding with the responsibility that comes with it.
America: Our Past Defines Our Future
These Yreka students wanted to revisit old footage to see America's origin story and to see how our story has progressed. They interviewed a local business woman to ascertain if today's American principles are the same as yesterday's.
“How Do Words, Symbols, or Rituals Express the American Creed?”
An essay response to the question, "how do words, symbols, or rituals express the American Creed?"
Behind the scenes of the LGBT Community
This text is about the day to day lives of the LGBT community, and since I am apart of this group I thought it would be an honor to write and find information about this topic. This text also contains a poem written by me, about a life of a me and my struggle with my sexuality.