My American dream…

Explore stories about the meaning and pursuit of the American dream and the obstacles people face as they strive to make their dreams come true.

My American dream was to become a Journalist so I could bring to light real stories of real people going through real life because I knew the news only told 3/4's of a story to say that they had some sort of integrity. As I got...
My American dream is that I am satisfied with where I am in life. To me, this means that I enjoy doing whatever my job may be and that I don't feel I need to find another job. Something else would also be my living situation...
My American dream is to one day wake up and not feel like a burden to the world. I've been sober for many moons now, but at one point heroin was the love of my life. there has never been a war on drugs, the war...
My American dream is that we can learn through each other, and collectively we can grow a step closer each day to come to terms with our difficult past, and embrace our growing multiracial society. In our f amily memoir MIXED: we couple experiences ...
My American dream is a picture of justice, equality, and human rights for all of humanity. I wrote a poem called:{I Am A Human Being: In Honor Of George Floyd:I gave this poem to his family}:The poems states," I can't breathe, I can't...
My American dream would be having everyone in the world attempt to show love and compassion to one another and Mother Earth. It's hard for me to see war between people and trash on the ground. When I was young I used to love to fight...
My American dream is that from here on out our country will live up to its ideals of liberty and justice for ALL. As an immigrant I always believed in this American Dream and it took me a while to see how much more work is...