Voter apathy is an issue that plagues our nation. In 2016, 61.4 percent of the citizen voting-age population reported voting, a number not statistically different from the 61.8 percent who reported voting in 2012. The article provided below contains a list of documentaries as well as fictional stories (many times based on history).
https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/blog/your-vote-is-your-voice-best-films-about-voting-rights/?utm_campaign=votingrights%2Bblog&utm_medium=il2200%2Borganic%2Bsocial&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR0R5sJWEJ0OLJOkEhHIAuKoeyr58a_HHAdEhU2AFkz2JgZwAaKZyaQw8lA (Links to an external site.)
For this assignment, please select one documentary AND one fictional movie to watch. Then, write a five to seven-page analysis relating to our textbook and our current reality of voting in the United States. Provide your sources on a bibliography.
the textbook the assignment is referring to is Experiencing Intercultural Communication Edition (5th Edition) and the two films I’ve chosen is Selma and The Vote
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