Communication Studies Argument & Debate

Identify the goals you set for yourself for the course Communication studies argument & debate?  Do you feel as if you have acheived them?  Why or why not?

In your own words, explain what critical thinking means to you.  How has that explanation changed over the course of the term?

Do you believe you will change the way you advocate now?  If so, how so & why?

Post a brief description of at least three personal and/or professional commitments you selected. Explain how your understanding of social change, leadership, and advocacy has impacted your commitments and your willingness to make them. Explain the next steps you might take in your professional development to become a more effective social change agent, leader, and advocate. Then, explain how your commitment might impact your future work as a human and social services professional. Be specific, and provide examples to illustrate your points.

Go to: (Links to an external site.)

Watch the 8 minute film at the top (Redlining’s Still Doing Black America Dirty) and then read the article beneath it: “Redlining: The Origin Story of Institutional Racism” by Michael Harriot.

Then answer the following questions in a 350-word post in essay format:

  1. What is redlining and why/how did it come about?
  2. Who was impacted by redlining?
  3. What is the impact of redlining’s legacy on people of color today? (in terms of education, war on drugs and policing of particular neighborhoods, etc)
  4. Why do you think this article called “The Origin Story of Institutional Racism”?
  5. What are you thoughts and feelings on redlining? (Were you aware this practice and how  much influence it still has on racial inequality today?)
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