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Student Movements
Updated: 6/6/2020
Student Movements
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  • Students in the developed world are exposed to new, life-changing ideas at university, and some engage in activism
  • I can make a difference
  • I can no longer be complicit
  • I have to stand up for my rights.
  • Intro to Sociology
  • Small proportions of students typically focus on timely social justice issues, and movements are considered disruptive.
  • Justice for Breonna!!
  • Black Lives Matter!!
  • Defund the police!!
  • Activism is more likely earlier on, during times of transition, and is connected to studying social sciences or humanities.
  • I'm so tired
  • What will my parents say?
  • I'm going to be a Sociologist
  • Students in the developing world often come from elite families, and act as a social conscience.
  • The people need us
  • Our government is unstable
  • We demand representation!!
  • Student activism is considered a normal part of society, and students may later take on important political roles.
  • Power to the people!!
  • Down with dictators!!
  • I'm going to run for political office
  • Students have helped topple governments, though military or other leaders often replacement fallen governments.
  • We would make better leaders
  • Our nation needs us
  • We have to strengthen our nation
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