Watch both these films and write one comment about one film Then post a reply

Watch both these films and write one comment about one film
Then post a reply by name to a student on the other film.
Be sure to use examples from both films for full credit. Each has a minimum of 75 words of original writing, not counting the question.
Be sure to use examples from both films for full credit. Each has a minimum of 75 words of original writing, not counting the question.
https://caccl-ccsf.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CACCL_CCSF/je14l6/alma991003805477805263
Agents of Change is
an award-winning film on the student strikes at San Francisco State and
Cornell University the Ivy League University in New York. Using your
CCSF ID you are responsible for watching the first 30 minutes about San
Francisco.
1. What did some of the San Francisco State students risk by going out on strike?
2. What did SFSU students accomplish with the Third World Strike?
3. Who argues that the San Francisco
Third World Strike is the higher education counterpart of Brown versus
the Board of Education? Are they correct?

On Strike: Ethnic Studies – 1969-1999
4. Why did Berkeley students feel that Ethnic Studies was important?
5. Did the Berkeley students do the right thing in making the sacrifices they did for Ethnic Studies?
6. Who are some of the people who supported the protesting Berkeley students?
Governor Newsom signed a law that will
make Ethnic Studies classes a CSU graduation requirement and recently
signed a new law that makes Ethnic Studies a high school graduation
requirement.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xovOLk9qE8 (Links to an external site.)
On Strike: Ethnic Studies – 1969-1999
4. Why did Berkeley students feel that Ethnic Studies was important?
5. Did the Berkeley students do the right thing in making the sacrifices they did for Ethnic Studies?
6. Who are some of the people who supported the protesting Berkeley students?

Critical Response #10 Questions: The Future of Cultural Studies and Brainstorm I

Critical Response #10 Questions: The Future of Cultural
Studies and Brainstorm
Instructions: Don’t forget to include quotes
and page numbers and to use analysis and evaluation of the assigned texts for
the week. Refer to the grading rubric and sample for Critical Responses in Week 1
if you need to. Respond to 2 posts 50 words each.
Part 1: Answer ONE of the questions
below:
1). According to Ono and Pham and what you can make of
Puar’s argument, what is the role of oppositional institutions versus
individual activism. What are the limits to what organizations can achieve?
2). According to Puar, what are the limits of oppositional
institutions after 9/11 in their participation in model minority and queer
exceptionalism and “homonationalism” specifically?
3). Discuss any ideas that you found significant or
questions that you had about Puar’s analysis, which is admittedly extremely
difficult to follow.
4). Explore the limits to representation and identity
politics in cultural studies, especially the focus on the visual. According to
Puar, what additional relationships do we need to consider beyond visual
culture and why?
5). What is the cultural significance of the turban and why
does Puar think it has become the focus of hate crimes? How does the turban
reveal the limits to identity politics and approaches that focus on “good”
representations?
Part 2: Brainstorm
Brainstorm ideas based on the topics provided in
the Guidelines for your Final Projects, the Cultural Justice Toolkit, or you
may choose your own topic. Free-write
for 10-15 minutes on that topic. Post a 200-word Brainstorm in your Critical
Response #10

All written assignments must be typed or word processed. They must have footnot

All written assignments must be typed or word processed. They must have
footnotes and a separate bibliography. For style guidelines, follow the Kate
L. Turabian
, A
Manual for writers of term papers, theses and dissertations
.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018. You can also consult A. Marius
and Melvin E Page
A short guide to writing about history.
Boston: Pearson,
2015

Okay i need a annotated bibliography on “Economics/Religion aspects of the mongo

Okay i need a annotated bibliography on “Economics/Religion aspects of the mongolians, How genghis khan was a leader ahead of his time never the less all the destruction he caused”
You may find books on the internet and use jstor to find articles. This will be used for my final assignment, please take this serious.

Okay i need a annotated bibliography on “Economics/Religion aspects of the mongo

Okay i need a annotated bibliography on “Economics/Religion aspects of the mongolians, How genghis khan was a leader ahead of his time never the less all the destruction he caused”
You may find books on the internet and use jstor to find articles. This will be used for my final assignment, please take this serious.

All written assignments must be typed or word processed. They must have footnot

All written assignments must be typed or word processed. They must have
footnotes and a separate bibliography. For style guidelines, follow the Kate
L. Turabian
, A
Manual for writers of term papers, theses and dissertations
.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018. You can also consult A. Marius
and Melvin E Page
A short guide to writing about history.
Boston: Pearson,
2015

Must provide in-text citations and a list of reference used at the end of the es

Must provide in-text citations and a list of reference used at the end of the essay.
The topic question is: Why would the Buddha feel compelled to set up a refugee center for Afghans?
Based on the religious teachings of the Dhammapada, write an essay (6 pages double spaced) on why the Buddha would feel compelled to set up a refugee center for Afghans (irrespective of their religious,
political and/or ethnic affiliations) who have escaped from their war torn country.
consider how suffering, death and enlightenment are understood in the Dhammapada. Moreover, your answer should explain why and how you think the Buddha would be willing to care for those people who have different ethnic backgrounds, religious beliefs, and political affiliations.
Please provide in-text citations for the Dhammapada as: (Dhammapada stanza number)
Paper ends with a conclusion: restates the thesis & summarizes the main points
I will provide you with the reference that is required for this essay. Please note that outside resources
are not allowed, only use the ones I provide you with.
Thank you so much, good luck!

world of asia- africa before 1750 paper should be on a particular topic and sou

world of asia- africa before 1750
paper should be on a particular topic and sources should be before 1750
Rubric for the final paper:
It is a research paper. Introduction, main part of the paper where you develop
your ideas and the conclusion. Must be around 2,600 words. Sources: 5 sources,
at least 2 books and 3 articles.
ll written assignments must be typed or word processed. They must have
footnotes and a separate bibliography. For style guidelines, follow the Kate
L. Turabian
, A
Manual for writers of term papers, theses and dissertations
.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018. You can also consult A. Marius
and Melvin E Page
A short guide to writing about history.
Boston: Pearson,
201

Notice: 300 words for this discussion post + 60~ words for a response on a stu

Notice: 300 words for this discussion post + 60~ words for a response on a student’s post of this assignment
(The 300 words discussion post is DUE by Wednesday 10 PM. The student’s post will be uploaded as soon as you finished the 300 words discussion post, and response to the student’s post is DUE by Saturday 11 PM)
View the documentary Uploaded: The Asian American Movement (https://youtu.be/1fOwijRIVqM), which originally premiered at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (http://festival.vconline.org/2018/) in 2012. Then read the article (or listen to the radio piece) on Asian American YouTubers seeking to change mainstream perceptions and proceed.
For reference: YouTube as a service itself started in 2005, and then grew rapidly starting in 2006. YouTubers wax and wane. Uploaded first began production in 2011. Considering the nature of information technology and the vagaries of popular culture, that’s arguably ancient history.
For your discussion this week: What seems to be the central argument of the documentary, and considering that this was originally released in 2012, how has the YouTube scene changed or remained the same for Asian Americans in that time? Do you think similar concerns exist, why or why not?
Use your own knowledge and conduct outside research as well — visit any YouTube channels that you find relevant, and include those links in your response. (Note: when you are posting an entry the film icon in the second row of icons in the toolbar above the text entry box allows you to embed YouTube or other media into your post).
Link of source:
Asian-American Youtube celebrities aim to change perceptions , break in to Hollywood
https://archive.kpcc.org/programs/the-frame/2015/04/24/42564/asian-american-youtube-celebrities-aim-to-change-p/
Posting Requirements:
The first post must be at least 300 words, based off either the weekly prompts or something else that you found worthwhile in the assigned readings. Be specific and incorporate assigned reading materials.
The second post is a response to a student’s post. While these do NOT have a specific word limit, you must engage in a substantial way, rather simply agreeing with whatever your classmate has written.
Your post must be substantive and explicitly reference assigned reading materials (for example, citing specific evidence or passages — include page numbers if those are available). Do not include a works cited entry if you are taking information from the textbook. Page numbers in parenthesis are sufficient. Do not just Google or use Wikipedia to regurgitate random facts of Asian America — you will fail the assignment. Your submission must demonstrate that you’ve engaged and comprehended in assigned materials.
Again, if you are responding to another post, engage in actual discussion with a classmate rather than simply agreeing with whatever they stated. Writing “I agree” or “Good point!” and then randomly citing information from course materials without considering the original post does not qualify.

This assignment includes three parts: PPT, speech draft, and presentation outlin

This assignment includes three parts: PPT, speech draft, and presentation outline. The speech draft has to be over 850 words. The outline and ppt don”t have a words limit.
Hints: The personal experience can be referred to many different things-big or small; directly or indirectly. It can come from your life, or your schooling/study, and it can be a story/article/idiom from your family members/relatives/friends or through your reading. It can also come from one of your trips when a magnificent building of church attracted you or from an event when you celebrated Christmas eve/day/holidays with friends etc.