As the picture above showcases, there is a stark difference between equality and equity. Interestingly, civil rights are most commonly associated with equality. Does making things equal in power systems (e.g., the U.S. constitution), which was designed with vast inequities ever bring about equality? According the picture, it does not.
Today, many learners think inequalities are something that existed in the past and that we have largely solved these issues through civil right movements. However, is this really true? In this Integration Assignment, you will have opportunity to individually explore a recent movement of your choice and analyze it using a power systematic approach. Is the movement due to inequalities or inequities? Can you trace it back to past civil rights movements?
Part I: Selection & Approval (Required 2 pts) (Due by 11:59 PM on Tuesday)
Select and post to this forum either (1) a recent social movement or (2) a power system you think has an unbalance. You must receive instructor approval before moving forward with your analysis.
Social Movements: If you are interested in social movements, there are countless movements. These are just a few to spark your thought process.
#metoo, Black Lives Matter, farm to table, defend sanctuary cities movement, LGBTQ movement, animal rights movement, etc.
Power Systems: Here are potential broad power systems. You will need to select one system within these larger power systems. For instance, within the workplace, one could explore how sexual harassment is resolved in a particular workplace.
School systems, workplace systems, criminal justice systems, economic systems (e.g., wall street, payday loans, etc).
Part II: Individual Assignment (Due by 11:59 PM on Friday) Once you have gained approval for your social movement or power system, please organize your assignment as follows. Descriptions for each section is provided.
Social Movement or Power System (worth 1 pt): Identify the social movement or power system you are investigating
Social Movement or Power System Actors (worth 2 points): If you are investigating a social movement, identify who the major actors are in the movement (see examples below). If you are investigating a power system, identify who the power actors are (e.g., students, a business, a particular group of citizens, families, politicians, etc).
Brief Description of Issue(s)(worth 2 points): Briefly describe the issue(s) that are driving the social movement or causing either the inequality, inequity or both within the power system. It is fine to quote the issue(s) from the movement itself (e.g., the official movement’s website/social media). Tip: If you are doing a power system, you will probably have to provide the description.
Inequality, Inequity or Combo Analysis (worth 10 points): Using what you have learned about the movement or power system, analyze whether it is an inequality, inequity, or a combination of both. You must provide supporting evidence for your analysis.
Historical Roots Analysis (7 points): If you are investigating a social movement, can you trace it back to a past civil rights movement (e.g. does Black Lives Matter trace back to 1960s civil rights movement)? If you are investigating a power system, how long has this inequality, inequity or combo been around by your estimation? In both instances, be sure to provide supporting evidence for your analysis.
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