My Stab at: Taking Informed Empathic Action

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My favorite sphere that we explored this semester was social policy. After reading numerous critical texts by Jones, Kaufer, and Killinsworth that offer theories in how to write a logical policy argument we proceeded to deconstruct their theories behind a logical approach to writing a policy argument through numerous case studies. After we familiarized ourselves with how to write a meaningful policy argument we set out to become citizen activists, and write a policy argument of our own that spoke to a problem of discourse that circulates in society today, while suggesting a call to action, in order to facilitate change in our society.  I personally chose to do mine on resisting "Post-Racial" discourse in a day and age where the effects of mass incarceration have replaced some forms of the old Jim Crow laws. Below are screen shots of the blog, where I choose to circulate my policy argument, if you click on the pictures you will be guided to the actual blog site.