Annotated Bibliographies

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Please refresh your memory with the handout I distributed two weeks ago (or read this page: (Links to an external site.)), and remember that the annotated bibliographies include: 1) an MLA citation of your source and 2) a 50-100 word specific summary about the author’s credentials, the type of media (essay, book chapter, etc), the subject matter being studied and the author’s main purpose/argument/thesis (if there is one), and any special formatting, videos, or images that are included in the source and warrant mentioning. These are brief summaries intended only to give your audience a quick glimpse of your articles so that, if they were looking for articles to read for their own research topic, they would know whether or not the article you annotated was relevant to their study.

I need a short and simple and I mean simple Annotated Bibliography for each of these 56 links.

1. Reading: “Civil Disobedience” by Henry David Thoreau
(Read all 3 sections)

2. Reading: “Rosa Parks”

3. Reading: “Rosa Parks Interview”

4. Reading: “The Sit-In Movement”

5. Video: “Woolworth Lunch Counter”
(6 minutes)

6. “Video: Freedom Riders (A Documentary on NonViolent Civil Right Movement in the US)”
(2 hours)

7. Video: “Civil Rights Movement Greensboro & Nashville Sit-Ins – Created with WeVideo”
(3 minutes)

8. Reading and Videos: “Civil Rights Movement”

9. Reading and Videos: “Vietnam War History”

10. Reading: “5 Reasons Why the U.S. Should Not Have Invaded Vietnam” by Kristine Tucker

11. Reading and Videos: “History of the Vietnam War Protests”

12. Reading: “Why We Fight and Why We Shouldn’t” by Ron Paul

13. Reading: “Pre-Occupied” by Mattathias Schwartz

14. Reading: “Revolution Number 99” by Max Chafkin

15. Reading: “David Graeber, the Anti-Leader of Occupy Wall Street” by Drake Bennett

16. Reading: “Occupy Wall Street”

17. Reading: “Think Again: Nonviolent Resistance” by Erica Chenoweth

18. Reading: “Mahatma Gandhi”

19. Reading and Video: “Peaceful protest is much more effective than violence for toppling dictators” by Max Fisher
(13 minutes)

20. Reading: “Three Steps for Overcoming Passive Resistance” by Ron Ashkenas

21. Reading: “Nonviolent Resistance vs. Violent Resistance”
(multiple pages)

22. Reading: “Does Iran Have the Right to Enrich Uranium? The Answer Is Yes” by William Beeman

23. Reading: “Q&A: Is there a ‘right’ to enrich uranium? Iran says yes, U.S. no” by Fredrik Dahl

24. Reading: “Iranian Revolution”

25. Video: “History of Iran & USA in 10 min”
(10 minutes)

(the analogy starting around minute 8 has a strong bias, but the history before it is reliable)

26. Reading: “Will Iran Sell Out Al Qaeda for Nukes?” by Josh Rogin and Eli Lake

27. Reading: “Feds say Iran’s support for terrorism growing” by Guy Taylor

28. Reading: “Chick-Fil-A Same-Sex Marriage Controversy”

29. Reading: “Chick-Fil-A Hopes NYC Will Forget That Whole Hating-Gays Thing” by Alexander Kaufman

30. Reading: “Chick-fil-A’s Foundations Dramatically Reduce Anti-LGBT Giving (Updated)” by Josh Israel

31. Reading: “The Arab Spring”

32. Reading: “The Arab Spring”

33. Audio/Reading: “The Arab Spring, A Year of Revolution: Audio/Article” by NPR Staff

34. Reading: “Time: Photo Essay: Non-violent Protest”,29307,1887394_1861256,00.html

35. Reading: “Small Change” by Malcolm Gladwell

36. Reading: “Biography: Edward Snowden”

37. Reading: “Here’s How We Take Back the Internet”

38. Reading: “NSA collecting phone records of millions of Verizon customers daily” by Glenn Greenwald

39. Reading: “FBI chief Mueller says spy tactics could have stopped 9/11 attacks” by Dan Roberts

40. Reading: “NSA Struggles to Make Sense of Flood of Surveillance Data” by Julia Angwin

41. Reading: “The double danger of the NSA’s ‘collect it all’ policy on surveillance” by Rachel Levinson-Waldman

42. Reading: “The Latest Snowden Leak Is Devastating to NSA Defenders” by Conor Freidersdorf

43. Reading: “It’s Time to Shut the NSA’s Backdoor Used to Spy on Americans” by Geoffrey Stone

44. Reading: “The Solitary Leaker” by David Brooks

45. Reading: “Why Edward Snowden Is a Hero” by John Cassidy

46. Reading: “Edward Snowden, traitor” by James Kirchik

47. Audio/Reading: “Do Street Protests Still Work?”

48. Reading: “Americans don’t like protests. But protests may work anyway” by Robert Shapiro

49. Reading: “Why Street Protests Don’t Work” by Moises Naim

50. Reading: “Tracking the Events in the Wake of Michael Brown’s Shooting”

51. Reading: “What happened when Michael Brown met Officer Darren Wilson”

52. Video/Audio/Reading: “ ‘Not One More Darren Wilson, Not One More Mike Brown’: National Protests Continue Ferguson Struggle” by

53. Reading: “Civil rights leaders at odds as Ferguson protests grow” by Yamiche Alcindor

54. Reading: “Dana Altman says Oregon’s hands up, don’t shoot protest not ‘appropriate time’” by Rob Dauster

55. Reading: “Capitol Hill’s Black Staffers Walk Out to Say ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!’” by Tim Mak

56. Video/Reading: “Timeline: Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo.”
(Multiple short videos)

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