Are there ideals that unite Americans? How can educators help students explore the values we have in common and discuss the differences that divide us?
Stanford professors Condoleezza Rice and David Kennedy teamed up across party lines to ask these questions in the new film American Creed. Now, teachers can take a first look and find out how to bring the film to students.
KQED is hosting an in-person advanced screening of American Creed for Bay Area educators with special guests David Kennedy and filmmakers Sam Ball and Kate Stilley Steiner. There will also be three online screenings for teachers everywhere. All screenings will feature resources to spur conversation, writing and media-making with students based on the film.
Be our guest!
Join us in Studio A at KQED from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22, for an advanced screening of the full film and Q&A with David Kennedy and the filmmakers. There will be food, drink, special giveaways, time to connect with other educators and a chance to hang out at your favorite public media station.
Spots are limited. Sign up now and feel free to bring a friend!
American Creed, a one-hour documentary, features stories of unlikely activists, including baseball manager Joe Maddon, novelist Junot Diaz and others who share ways they’ve created community, connected with fellow citizens and built bridges across political divides. Interspersed among the stories, first-generation college students discuss what an American creed means to them.