1. I would prefer the role of rebel because strong ideologies and the promise of real change motivate me more than gradual shifts in politics.
2. I'd find some attention - grabbing way to protest and put out a message as widely as possible
- create a group for Jews advocating for justice in Palestine
- organize a club where students can learn about their civil liberties adn civil rights through texts, guest speakers (eg ACLU lawyers), and discussion
- organize a UCSD-specific civil rights group to keep tabs on UCSD policies and protest injustice
The role I see for myself is an organizer. Currently, I am organizing the revival of the California Review. a conservative newspaper at UCSD to oppose the disgustling [sic] singularity of leftist ideology on campus. Bring some real diversity of thought
2.) Kind've falls in line with helper I think, but it's all of the small things that go along with planning an event, or a protest like the day, the permissions (if any), and other things. A lot of little things.
1. I see myself as an advocate, althought I wish I would say I was all 4. I hope to become an organizer or helper.
2. As an advocate, I voice my opinions to my friends & family (those around me) and am open to sharing my ideas on social media
I see myself as an organizer or an advocator. I like to help plan. Help be the behind the scenses [sic] for change. But I also like to advocate that change, get the word out and explain why this cause is worthy
I see myself as being the advocate. Sticking out for those being belittle or neglected.
I would work to bring about discussion of issues that people would not normally think of. I can't stand the ignorance of people.