7-2-1 Journal Reflection: Creating a Movement

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Choose a current social movement. You may choose your own or select one of the following: Occupy Wall Street movement, Black Lives Matter movement, the environmental movement, or the gender equality movement.

While you might have not heard of the specific organizations involved in the movements, you have likely heard of issues raised by participants in these movements. Answer the following questions about the movement you have selected in one to two sentences each.

  1. Which social movement did you choose, and what interests you about the movement?
  2. How have you learned about this social movement (news articles, social media, social commentary, conversation with others, television news)?
  3. What is the “big question” or inquiry that the movement is trying to answer?
  4. What do you think has caused the movement to gain or lose momentum? How does this movement either directly or indirectly impact your day-to-day life? For example, if you are looking at the environmental movement, maybe you were directly impacted by a tax break for purchasing a new Prius or putting new energy-efficient windows in your home.

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School: University of Virginia

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The Environmental Movement
I chose the environmental movement because I agree with its approach towards life and
the potential positive impact it could have on everyone’s life on earth. The movement advocates
for sustainability in managing resources and environmental stewardship by implementing changes
in both individual behavior and public p...

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