Title

Protest

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Spring 2013

Abstract

Protest is a method used to oppose power or enact change. It is a multifaceted idea in that the type of protest used depends directly on the attainability of the goal. I will discuss the properties of protest and then show how individuals in Enrique’s Journey and Dorothy Day's Loaves and Fishes approach the act of protesting differently based on the actuality of the goals to be accomplished.

Comments

Paper written in partial requirement for RSCC-104, Religious Studies Common Core Human Search for Truth/Justice, taught by Professor Ono Ekeh, Ph.D.

Honorable Mention paper for the Writing Across the Curriculum Prize 2013.


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