civil rights activist ruth bader ginsburg W r i t i n g

civil rights activist ruth bader ginsburg W r i t i n g

Then, to start thinking about it, do al little bit of research on a change maker you admire. 

Please think about a person in history that has made positive changes on society. He/she has helped bring about peace, justice, rights, or a voice for those who could not speak for themselves. 

Here are some examples:

Caesar Chavez, Latino Civil Rights Activist 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Civil Rights Activist  

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Women’s Rights

Malala Yousafzai, Pakistani Activist 

Here is a long list of Activists  (Links to an external site.)to explore from the past. 

Here is a list of current Activists (Links to an external site.) to research.  

Please read on some of the choices and choose one that aligns with your concerns for the future. 

Choose only one to focus on for your paper. 

  • Step 2:
  • Next, find 2 pieces of information/2 sources:
  • These might be a newspaper article or scholarly article about the actual person (Agent of Change) from a reputable source. You can Google or the Cuyamaca Library.  
  • For example: 

News article (from a reputable source) on Person NPR Life Review of Cesar Chavez  (Links to an external site.)

Scholarly Article on Migrant Workers (Cause) Immigration Reform and Farm Labor Markets (Links to an external site.)

Step 3:

Part 1: Provide a MLA citation for the two articles you found, so I can look at them too ?

Part 2: Think about some of the information you found on the person you chose, and respond to the questions below:

What makes this person a strong agent of change? What tools did they use? 

What experiences did that person have that made him or her a great leader for their cause?

  • Which characteristics made them well-suited for their activism?
  • Note: Save the articles you found! You will be able to use them as you write your essay. 

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