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Unformatted text preview: Organizing for Social Change from the Top Down The United States vs. The World http://www.ameribev.org/ Social Change from the Top Social Change from the Top Down Down 1. What is the argument that Bill Gates is trying to make? 1. What evidence does Gates use to support his argument? 1. What are the strengths and weaknesses of his argument? 1. What do you think? http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/bill_gates_unplugged.html Organizing for Social Change from the Bottom Up What is Advocacy? What is Advocacy? Most people say all advocacy has as their end goal a change in legislature and policy. Within this class, however, it seems like we have been considering service-based organizations as advocacy. Some of the advocacy organizations whose websites were given to us in the PDF for reflection paper 4 have strictly service based goals: the homeless group runs soup kitchens, donation drives, and provides showers for...
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