The assignment itself is simple: respond to and compare the readings below with your own observations and experiences (one is an excerpt from The New Jim Crow, a legal studies text concerning mass incarceration as a form of oppression against communities of color, one an article from Gothamist about lingering trauma in the wake of Chauvins conviction, one about Columbus police killing MaKhia Bryant, a Black sixteen-year-old, moments before the Chauvin verdict was announced). But, of course, the assignment is not so simple, as these issues are anything but abstract. So please write openly and honestly and further inform your observations and experiences with some of the research which has been done1 to clarify and combat this cruel and ongoing element of the American experiment.
Credit will be assigned according to scope and length of response, depth of experiences and sources incorporated, and consideration of the histories and legacies at issue. That is to say, write to express but also explore and expand your thoughts.
- Research and Support Material Worksheet
- Discuss and demonstrate professional demeanor in your writing and critical thought throughout your paper.
- Write a paper on Dystopia how food prices are going up.
- Explain how well you support your assertions, did you provide examples, how well did you contextualize the content, and how well did you employ ‘terms of art’.
- Discuss the major points made in the essay and evaluate whether you agree or disagree with the author’s overall conclusion.
- Write a research paper on recognize the relationship of criminal justice system components and processes with society and government.
- Write a research paper on the effects of child abuse within the family.
- Discuss the difference between homologues and analogues structures (including divergent and convergent evolution).
- Is a degree from an online college or university as legitimate as a degree from a brick-and-mortar university?
- Write history books covering any theme in US History from the colonial years through the late 1860s.