Your journal entry should demonstrate an understanding of the assigned topics and themes, and draw connections to your own experiences, and/or current events. Your journal entries must incorporate the material, using it to substantiate your answers. That is, you need to provide evidence to support your answers for each question. For example, it is not enough to simply state your thinking has changed. Rather, you must incorporate the material to illustrate exactly how it is your thinking has changed. Similarly, it is not sufficient to say the readings challenged your previous thinking. You must incorporate illustrations from the material to demonstrate exactly how your thinking was challenged.
After you complete the reading and lecture for the week, please upload your answers to the following questions:
What is one thing you learned from this week’s reading/lecture?
Did the material challenge anything you previously knew (or thought you knew)? If so, how?
How do the readings/lectures reveal the importance of intersectionality?
How does the readings/lectures expand your understanding of diversity, (in)justice, and crime?
How do the readings/lectures connect to one another or other course readings?
How do the readings/lecture help you make sense of current events or your own experiences?
What important question(s) remain unanswered?
You should answer each question in 3-5 sentences. Your journal entry should be double spaced, using times new roman, 12-point font.
Please watch lecture :The Condemnation of Blackness” – Khalil Gibran Muhammad Book Talk, May 6 2015 on you tube
Also read the readings uploaded and please fallow instructions and each question answered should fallow back to the lecture or readings only, thank you