ISU SOA 106 - Reactions to the Film (2 pages)

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A discussion of the classes reaction to the film.


Lecture number:
35
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Illinois State University
Course:
Soa 106 - Introduction to Sociology
Edition:
1
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SOA 106 1st Edition Lecture 35 Outline of Last Lecture I This What Democracy Looks Like Outline of Current Lecture II Reactions to the Film Current Lecture Reactions to The Film Today we celebrate Dorothy Day Cesar Chavez and Martin Luther King Jr but all of them were outlaws sometimes it is required for change Movie took away rights and made it seem more like our rights are just privileges We have the right to freely assemble as long as you are weak The movie is biased and the biased is almost always towards the powerful normally do not side with the protesters No one really wants to take the side of the police in this film We do not kick everyone out of football games because a fight broke out but one person breaks a window and the whole protest gets shut down We make excuses for protesters across the world but when our people protest they are gassed We are told we have rights but when we act on these rights they are taken away from us Commitment from everyday life keeps people from protesting Social movement threatens to unravel our social construct Public officials do not come out saying our people are american citizens and have a right to protest February 15 2003 was the largest protest in history prior to Iraq War people all around the world protested to prevent the war


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