Question: Consider how social justice activists use political philosophy and/or faith traditions to inform a call to action. Use examples of three social justice activists in your answer.
Instructions: 1) Sources:Only use assigned readings which I have attached below.
2) There will be a significant deduction in marks for data from google or other outside sources.
3) Please paraphrase course materials in your essay. Use direct quotations very sparingly. If you wish to direct quote a section of text, it must be short, witty, and to-the-point. Use quotation marks. Direct quotations must be one line (or shorter).3) Citations are not required. However, it is helpful to me if you make a nod in your paragraphs about where you retrieved data. For example: According to Pope Francis. . . McKenna notes that . . . In chapter 10, Thomas King . . . In the voices of hunters, Watt-Clouthier explains . . . 2As Marianne mentions in her discussion post (week 11), . . .
4) These are essays: include an introduction, thesis statement, supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion. Do not use subheadings.
5) The usual rules include: double-space, 12 point font, and numbered pages. MS Word. No gaps between paragraphs. Left justification only. Align your content with the left margin. (It is easier to read that way). One idea per paragraph, transitions between paragraphs.