American Creed: Community Conversations
American Creed is a documentary that discusses what ideals shape the United States, and how to define our national identity through a set of unifying beliefs – an “American creed.” In the film, Condoleezza Rice and David Kennedy ask a diverse group of Americans what it means to be American, and whether an “American creed” can unite us.
Part 2: Panel Discussion of "What Every American Should Know"
The Library is thrilled to be a part of the American Creed: Community Conversations project, which is funded by the American Library Association’s Office for Public Programming. In part 2, panelists will share their "Top Ten List of Things Every American Should Know."
Steve Spreitzer, President & CEO of the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion
Nick Brandon, Executive Director of Marketing and Communications, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools
Osama Odeh, Male Youth Director, Muslim Community of the Western Suburbs of Detroit
Sgt. Stephanie J. Shannon, Founder/CEO, Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment and Author/Speaker/Veterans Advocate at www.battlingthestormwithin.com