Questions on 1. Youth to Power Chapter 11, particularly pages 138-144 and 149-150 1. Why does Margolin say that, if “used in the right way,” social media “can change your life and change the world” (140)? How did it change her life and help her begin making changes in the world? What are some of the limitations and pitfalls of social media for bringing about social change?2. Choose one of the five recommendations that Margolin makes in pages 140-144, describe it in your own words, tell us how Margolin illustrates it from her own work, and discuss how it might–or might not–be used to promote engagement with the Green Dorm Project.Questions on Challenge Everything Part 3 (pages 69-103) – Challenge Government3. Tell us in your own words the main points that Sandford makes in her introduction to this section, pages 70-74.4. This section has a somewhat more complex organization than the section on Big Business. Sandford identifies four ways of challenging the government, moving from the least to the most risky–vote, strike from school, protest, and non-violent direct action. The last one, non-violent direct action, or NVDA, is further developed, after an overview (pages 83-86), with two sub-sections, on getting arrested (87-89) and on planning a direct action (90-93). This is followed by two loosely-connected sub-topics: an example of a mass action (95-96) and advice on how to talk to a climate change denier (99-101). Choose one or more of these sections or subsections, explain in your own words what Sandford says about it, and reflect on the pros and cons of this type of action or the implications of this aspect of an action for challenging the government and bringing about social change. 5. How would you explain in your own words the similarities and differences between a protest and a non-violent direct action?6. The action called Paint the Streets (pages 95-97) does not seem to fit into any of the four categories of action that Sandford has described. Is it a protest, a direct action, or something else? How would you name/describe it? Might something like that be effective for engaging the community with the Green Dorm Project?7, If you had a chance to read, for example here, here, or here (new article, from 2/7), about Sandford’s current involvement in a non-violent direct action, did that help you better understand the differences between a protest and a non-violent direct action? Did it make you less or more interested in/sympathetic to using NVDA to bring about social/environmental change?8. Like the section on Big Business, this section ends with a series of questions for the reader. If you have answered these questions and don’t mind sharing your answers, please post them here!
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