describe a specific political action that a person could take against “postmodern imperialism.”
Choose only ONE of the following questions and write a 8-12 sentence response (approx 150-200 words). 1) After reading the text chapter and the bell hooks excerpt from the Workbook, describe a feminist in your life (e.g., family member, friend, political leader, cultural icon, even cartoon character). According to hooks, what kind of feminist is that person/character (i.e., reformist, revolutionary, visionary) and how do they reflect that type of feminism?
2) After reading the Text chapter and John Corvino’s “…Defense of Homosexuality,” summarize and then examine ONE of his arguments against the claims that homosexuality is unnatural, harmful, or against biblical teaching.
3) After reading the Text chapter and Alfred and Corntassel’s “Being Indigenous…,” describe a specific political action that a person could take against “postmodern imperialism.”