English 001 A (Johnston--CIN): Social Movements, Art or Transformative Justice: Hi!

CHANGE IT NOW! (CIN!)

Assignment:

For your 5-6 page research paper you will present an argument for the most viable solution for addressing state violence: social movements, art or transformative justice.

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Social Movements--potential topics!

  • Black Lives Matter (BLM)
  • Fight for $15
  • Dreamers Movement (DACA, undocumented students)
  • Occupy Wall Street
  • Moms 4 Housing
  • Idle No More
  • DAPL (Standing Rock)
  • #LandBack
  • #OscarsSoWhite
  • #MeToo
  • #TakeAKnee