Category Archives: Passions and Anxieties

This category of posts reflects our class’ passions and interests, fears and anxieties about policy analysis and advocacy.

High Price of Materialism

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Jesika’s Advocacy Opportunity

Jesika asked me to create this post about a meeting she is attending. She needs the input of CD 479 students. Jesika and about a dozen other Yurok HSU students have been invited to have lunch with HSU’s President Richmond. … Continue reading

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The Cure-revised

The wrong video was originally posted. Here’s the correct one. Katherine says: This is a video of a group of young people who are singing outside of Oprah’s studio, have not slept in days and still passionately and creatively create … Continue reading

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Passionate about…Psychology

From Darcy: Passionate About…Psychology by dad39

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Help! I need someone!

From Brenna: Policy change and activism in general makes me think of how people are reaching out to others for help and support. No policy would get very far if people didn’t help! Also the thought of me being an … Continue reading

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Lean on Me

From Danielle:

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The Poverty of Philosophy

Talisa-Marie shares: “My greatest anxiety about policy and advocacy, is also what fuels my passion to make a change in this world. The problem is, I DON’T KNOW HOW TO MAKE A CHANGE IN THIS WORLD!!! All I know is … Continue reading

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