ABOUT AMERICAN CREED
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David M. Kennedy and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice come together from different points of view to explore what it means to be American. That spirited inquiry frames the stories of a range of citizen-activists striving to realize their own visions of America’s promise across deep divides.
American Creed relaunches on PBS in November 2018. Check local listings at www.americancreed.org.
Want to host a special screening event in your area? Visit americancreed.org/community-conversations to find out how.
Directed, Written & Produced by Sam Ball
Co-produced by Citizen Film & WTTW – Chicago Public Media
Senior Executive Producer and Writer: Randy Bean
Executive Producer: Dan Soles
Producer: Kate Stilley Steiner
Producer, Editor & Writer: Mike Shen
Cinematographers: Sophie Constantinou, Richard Gunderman, Dana Kupper, Garland MacLaurin
MORE ABOUT AMERICAN CREED
American Creed premiered in the PBS primetime schedule in February and is one of the most carried PBS documentaries of the year with 1,697 channel airings so far. Visit www.americancreed.org for local listings, live events and educator resources provided by Facing History and Ourselves and the National Writing Project. In-person American Creed Community Conversation events are being held around the country in collaboration with these partners, the American Library Association and PBS Stations.
The PBS launch, viewed by 785,000 people, marked the beginning of a robust public engagement campaign including community conversations, classroom activities and local storytelling in cities and towns across the country — all designed to foster a bold national conversation about American ideals and identity.