- 1) Reflect on the lessons you have learned from our guest speakers on the frontlines of social change during these three weeks. On each guest lecture: What is her/his/their theory of change (ToC)? Discuss the ToC as you perceive it from her/his/their talk and from the strategies underpinning her/his/their work for justice.
- 2) Reflect on radical praxis you have observed in these three weeks in all course content that concretize actions and movement toward social change. Think about documentaries (including â€˜Agarrando Puebloâ€™), lectures and readings and describe your reactions to all content. Think about the role of subversion … of activism … of occupying uncommon ground together …of radical pedagogies … in catalyzing movements for social change.
- 3) What is your ToC? Integrate this reflection with all assigned readings.
- 4) What are the dangers of both participation and action for social justice? Integrate this
reflection with all assigned readings, be sure to engage and cite at least 3 required readings, 1 documentary, 1 community conversation