30: American Story

Everyone in the world has a story, a unique one. PBS launched American Portrait, a website that invites people from across the United States to share their stories, and in this challenge, you're asked to explore that site and then craft your own story.

Take time with this. Explore the many prompts, and watch and read some of what people have shared. Find a prompt that speaks to you, and then use your phone to craft your own story. Find a well lit location away from noise and distractions. Make some notes ahead of time, and do this in multiple takes.

Submit yours to the site if you choose, but share it here for credit:


Like other prompts, this challenge contributes toward your dual credit, and your course credit. So if you've quit this game early, no complaints when you've got an ultra-low grade!

This challenge is due on Thursday, May 28.

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