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Social Justice Poster Project
Transcript of Social Justice Poster Project
Research the issue you've chosen and create a paragraph-length summary of the problem and how it is unjust. Consider describing who the problem mainly affects and what the causes of the problem mainly are.
You will create an infographic to inform others about your cause including:
--at least ten facts about your cause
--at least five pictures related to the facts
--an MLA style Works Cited page for the infographic including at least five diverse sources.
a motto associated with a political party or movement or other group.
synonyms: catchphrase, jingle, byword, motto;
a symbol or other design adopted by an organization to identify its products, uniform, vehicles, etc.
Take an ACTION
You and your group must identify, plan and participate in a real action that can help to make life better for the people suffering from your injustice.
Whatever action you choose to do, you will need to write about it and include it on the poster in some way.
Social Injustice Poster Project
Your slogan should be short, memorable, and ORIGINAL.
Your logo must be original and hand drawn.
- a letter writing campaign
-volunteer time outside of school
-plan and run a fundraiser (connect with community service-- see Ms. Hollander)
-create a website to raise awareness (Weebly is free)
-make an announcement/create a performance and enact it at lunch or in advisories
-contact and arrange a skype in to the classroom with someone who is experienced with/is an expert in the topic
-Create a public service announcement (a video) to raise awareness about your topic
Other ideas are encouraged! But do take the time to approve them with a teacher.
You must include four pictures on your poster and they must be hand-drawn.
They should be pictures that help to generate empathy for and understanding of your issue.
You and your group will also prepare a presentation of your issue using your poster as a visual.