1). Watch: http://www.mott.org/ourissues/Community%20Organizing.aspx. The grassroots-Understanding community organizing. Consider the African proverb: "A single bracelet does not jingle." This video discusses what can be accomplished when people come together.
2). Discuss the process of social change and the benefit of organizing together for change over individual efforts.
3). Discuss two or three approaches or paths, that seem most relevant or practical to you that can be used utilize for an effective progressive social change. Provide examples to your two three approaches.
The process of social change is a step-by-step process that needs the involvement of a group of individuals in order to make the changes that are pertinent to increasingthe prosperity and well-being of all individuals within a given community etc. Social change is very difficult for one individual to accomplish on their own, although one individual may be the spark for the beginning of the change movement. Social change will require a unified effort from individuals of all walks of life, largely due to the fact that there is a tremendous benefit to be gained from utilizing the knowledge ...