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Title of Proposed Social Action Project
Here you should give the title or name of your proposed activism project. If you plan to create an organization this would be its name; if you plan to produce a creative project this would be the name of your product or concept. Your title should not be the same name of an existing organization or project.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDetailed Description (100-250 words)
For creative projects: Describe your project clearly by addressing the following questions as specifically as possible:
o What topic or issue are you bringing awareness to? Is your topic or issue local, regional, national, and/or global?
o What will you be making or producing? Be as specific as possible. For example, if you are producing music, what songs will you include? Or if you are producing an art show, what works of art will you include?
o How are you addressing the topic or issue in innovative ways?
For an activist organization or event: Describe your project clearly by addressing the following questions as specifically as possible:
o What topic or issue will your organization or event address or advocate for? Is your topic or issue local, regional, national, and/or global?
o What will your organization or event do? What kinds of activities will it be involved with? In other words, if someone were to observe your organization or event in action, what would they see?
o Will your organization or event have a specific location, and who will lead it?
o What kind of services/insights/ideas/awareness will be offered?
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTarget Audience
Describe the types of people whom you hope to impact with your project (i.e., youth, women of color, women impacted by domestic violence, etc.).
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePurpose and Rationale (400-600 words)
Here is where you make your case for the need and importance of your project (400-600 words). Explain the purpose of your project, why you are proposing it, and why your project is important to you and to society. Explain the kind of change or impact you hope for your project to have on the people in your intended target group or audience. Your explanation of the purpose and rationale must include the following:
A brief discussion of a personal experience or observation, a current event, or your analysis of a social problem that leads you to make this proposal;
A careful discussion of how your project is informed by at least three different required readings from the course. Refer to specific passages in each of the three readings that you select. In addition, if you wish, you may also refer to journal articles and/or websites that were not assigned to the class; and
A careful discussion of how your proposal addresses the concept of intersectionality, a key concept covered in this course. Your proposal should explain how your proposal addresses at least two of the following in relation to each other: race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, dis/ability, size, age, religion, or nationality. Please seek approval in advance from your instructor for any topics that may not readily address these categories.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThree Steps to Initiate Your Plan
List three potential steps that you can make to initiate your plan; provide reasons why these steps are necessary to accomplish your goal.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWorks Cited/MLA Format
List your works cited according to the guidelines of the most recent edition of the MLA Handbook. You must use the SJAPP form, 12 pt font., and Times New Roman.