Social Activism

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First Amendment Freedom of Speech    Freedom of the Press    Freedom of Assembly   Right to Petition Government for Redress of  Grievances    Freedom of Religion   Princples of Public Relations  © 2009  John A. Grasso 1
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Social Activism Organized efforts to influence: Popular Opinion Public Policy Social/Personal Behavior Business Practices Government Culture
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What issues has Social Activism  addressed? Racism Homophobia Drug abuse Teen pregnancy Neighborhood deterioration Animal rights Domestic violence Homelessness Mass transit Historical preservation Elementary school textbooks Fairness in hiring and housing Rights of the handicapped
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A few Social Activist Organizations PETA Greenpeace NAACP JDL CAIR The Catholic League Habitat for Humanity League of Women  Voters NOW National Coalition for  the Homeless
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course COMM 365 taught by Professor Grasso during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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