Even a relatively straightforward Internet search is likely to return more information than you can reasonably make use of in a single paper. Your aim in composing this paper, then, will be to distill your research findings into a few manageable points of discussion that you can communicate to your audience.

The Case Study 1 Assignment sheet will guide your writing. Employ the rubric as needed.

You may review The University of British Columbia Open Case Studies for models:
1) Black Lives Matter or 2) Stand With Standing Rock”

Specific Requirements:
Times New Roman, 12 point font
3-4 pages single spaced

A case study should generally answer the following questions:
1) What is the current state of this movement? (I.e. is it successful? Is it failing? Explain.)
2) What are ongoing types of protests supporting this movement, and what type of positive social change is trying to be attained?
3) What are the movements strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats?