Reflection on Agents of Change Doc.

 The documentary Agents of Change recognizes the social climate of the 1960’s in America caught between the Civil Rights, Anti-Vietnam War, and Black Power movements. The narrative of the film closely examines the environment surrounding two specific protests at Universities: San Francisco State (1968) and Cornell University (1969). The struggle for a fairly built educational system in…

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Reflection of Jansen reading

Sue Curry Jansen’s article reflects on several other works by scholars regarding human rights and social justice issues. Plus, she begins her introduction with specific dates relating to the origination of the topic of social justice advocacy. The movements of the past have combined with the youth of today, as the work of documentary activism…

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