An Analysis of Police Violence and the Black Lives Matter Movement
In this expository essay, the student examines the disproportionate violence against Black Americans perpetrated by the police. The paper looks at the origins of the Black Lives Matter movement in response to this violence.
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"There is a lot of good information here that is presented well, and it feels like a good start for a paper. However, it is difficult to tell what the specific intent of the paper is. Are you giving a history of how and why the Black Lives Matter movement started? What is the main idea you would like your reader to walk away with? If your focus is on the Black Lives Matter movement, make sure to include that in your thesis statement. If your main idea is police violent against Black citizens, make sure your conclusion comes back to that. Whatever you want the thrust of your paper to be, make sure it is spelled out in both the intro and conclusion so your reader could say, in one sentence, "This paper is about...""
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