Specifically describe how you might be a catalyst for feminist change

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Specifically describe how you might be a catalyst for feminist change in the future. Remember, change can be very small and effect only one other person. You need not start a think tank or run for City Council in order to make a difference -- but if that is your choice, that's great!

1. Specifically describe your plan, how you would enact it, and any obstacles you might encounter.

2. Specifically describe the effects your plan would have on all of the people involved.

3, use one of these words in your answer not all of them please, i do not need the definition repeated in your answer, i do not need headings, just simply answer questions 1 and 2 and use of the terms in #3 in your answer

Radical activism: An approach to change that wants to fundamentally change the system itself, and so works from outside the system.

Liberal activism: An approach to change that seeks to work from within the system to change the system.

Multi-strategic activism: When concerned citizens employ a variety of techniques to achieve their aim.

Cooperative non-conformity: A sometimes wise approach in activism which allows you to disagree, but to still remain on good terms with those with whom you disagree.

Environmental Justice: Needed because the most toxic places on the planet are where the least powerful live.

Coalitions: When groups of activists from seemingly different groups come together to create change. An example would be the Occupy movements, in which we see a diverse group that varies according to race, class, gender, sexual orientation, able-body-ness, etc.

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