American Creed Community Conversations are film screenings accompanied by scholar-facilitated discussions designed to foster respectful dialogue about American ideals and identity across all types of deepening divides.
Event hosts will receive:
access to a high-quality, projection-ready download of the film, with public performance rights (PPR) included;
a programming and facilitation guide, featuring film and theme information, related resources, program ideas, and more;
promotional materials and social media assets;
additional resources and support.
Learn how to host an American Creed Community Conversation below.
NONPROFIT & GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS
Contact Citizen Film to learn how to host an American Creed Community Conversation. Some applicants may be eligible for a microgrant to support speaker fees.
Contact the National Writing Project if you are a Writing Project-affiliated educator, or if you would like to be connected to a Writing Project site in your state to apply for a microgrant and host an American Creed Community Conversation.
American Creed Community Conversations events are supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. That support continues a program catalyzed by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s American Graduate Program. Partners in the initiative include the American Library Association, the National Writing Project, and Facing History and Ourselves.