What social problem did you address and why?

The paper should include a brief overview of the social problem being addressed, a description of the activity, the rationale for how this activity addresses the social problem, why it should be considered activist, and a reflection on the experience. Don’t forget introductory and conclusion paragraphs.
o What social problem did you address and why? Provide current research on the social problem including its definition, scope, and impact (2–3 pages).
o A brief description of the activity and why you selected it. (1–2 paragraphs)
o How did others react to your activity, and what did their reaction tell you? (1–2 paragraphs)
o Why do you consider this activism? Be specific and use the literature to substantiate your points. (2–3 paragraphs)
o How does this activity address a gap in our treatment of this social problem? (2–3 paragraphs)
o Implications for social work, including prevention and or intervention; practice and/or policy. (1 page)
o Reflection and Critique—what kind of impact did participation in this activity have on you?
o What worked/ didn’t work and why? What did you learn about the issue? About activism?
o What would you do differently next time? (1 page)