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Publish a petition on Change.org.
Tips:      * Contextualize the problem. Background information will be needed, so make sure to provide it (i.e. who, what, when, where). Be very specific.*
– -The petition must have a specific recipient, so do your research prior to publishing your it. Ask yourself: who can help you with your request?* Be respectful and persuasive (try using logos, pathos and ethos to win this argument). Your objective is to get signatures that can lead to a change, so make sure you are not excluding or insulting audiences. Avoid aggressive, offensive or biased language.*
— Do research. Throughout your petition, I would like you to use three credible sources: one source should be a credible media article (preferably from a newspaper or magazine), one source should be a scholarly article (published in a scholarly journal), and the third source should be a credible media or multimedia option that you choose yourself (Change.org recommends using a strong visual image since it increases the chances of signatures on the platform). Though petitions generally dont have a Works Cited page, I would like you to still provide one when you submit this proposal in our assignment portal (I’m not requiring it in the published version, but I do want the Works Cited when you submit your assignment on Canvas).* Your petition should be 4-6 pages. Petitions dont follow MLA rules; they look more like online newspaper/magazine articles with a title, a picture (which is recommended but not required), and the article itself. For this assignment, you dont have to follow the MLA format, but I do ask that you double-space to leave me a little bit of room to comment.

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