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3Social Inequality Worksheetto everyone watching. Changing expectations of the individual all because someone has used discrimination against them.Summarize the solution you identified and compare it to historical solutions proposed in thepast.In the articles I have found, it is important and necessary as a society to use local resources and to lead a stronger local economy; all in while, proposing that we as a society put an effort into our communities to build economic justice[ CITATION Lyn99 \l 1033 ]. To even begin with this proposal, there has to be an agreement that there is a problem. Acknowledging that there is a problem that exists and then start a social movement. Through the rapid spread of ideas from everywhere, it may cause people to change their mind or they are going to stand strong and stand up for what they believe in. The articles also state’s, that when someone is wanting change and so badly wanting it to happen that they should not sit back and wait for someone to start the movement[ CITATION Bai13 \l 1033 ]. If you feel strongly about something and see a change is needed, you need to jump all in and attack the movement[ CITATION Maj94 \l 1033 ]. Social movements have impacted society for quiet sometime, for example, the civil rights movement was a big one to remember. Social movements can have such a positive impact on all the people in the community and the country, it’s what we were built on and that foundation stands strong.
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