LGBT. LGBT. Write a letter to someone, making a case for something you have learned about in this class with the help of at least three sources from our class readings.
For example, you might undertake:
• a critique of a corporation, government, or organization’s practices, directed either at the organization itself or at people who are familiar with it
• a request for change in the way an institution or organization conducts itself
• a proposal for a new organization, event, class, or cultural production
• an explanation of how LGBTQ Studies changes the perspective previously held by a particular individual, group, or institution.
When I grade your narrative, here is what I will be hoping to see:
• A clear and persuasive argument. You’re making a case for something, not just reporting your experience in class.
• An appropriate tone for your audience. If you’re writing to your grandmother, I don’t expect to read the same kind of letter as I would if you were writing to the State of Maryland.
• Effective integration of examples. Quote your sources conversationally and persuasively, as you would if you were using them in an informal discussion, but include full citation details in a bibliography at the end.
• A letter that’s the right length to make its case well. If you finish your letter and have not reached the required page length, use the remaining space to write a reflection explaining why you decided to write this letter.
The articles attached below are articles to be used as a source. You don’t have to use all but at least three.
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