Teacher’s Instructions:  You will write about a selected social issue or course

Teacher’s Instructions:  You will write about a selected social issue or course theme with a public audience specifically in mind and in a genre that lends itself to public consumption. You should incorporate three co-thinker texts into your work that help you accomplish your project.  These texts may be used to help establish and enter the conversation. I will guide you as to what sources you may use. This assignment does NOT require you to engage in independent outside research. This means you are not required to interview people, visit cultural institutions, or conduct your own surveys. 
For this paper, you will select one of the major topics of the past year listed below.
Mental Health
Media                                                                                                                                                                                       Once you have selected a major social issue of the past year, you will write an essay examining the language (keywords, phrases, overused words, etc.) used to address this issue in an attempt to determine if it was harmful or helpful to the general American public. 
I chose race as my major topic, but I’m mainly discussing Immigrants who are non-white. 
My essay is about the impact of language and terminology on public perception regarding non-white immigrants. 
I already discussed two of my three sources in the pdf below, which are my first and second body paragraphs. They are: 
1.”Politics and the English Language” by George Orwell as my Primary Source
2. “The Fight Over Immigration” by Jeff Gammage as my Secondary Source
So I want you to help me with my third body paragraph with my third source
3. “Propaganda: How Not to Be Bamboozled” by Donna Woolfolk Cross with quotes to help back up what you will be saying.
You can also add one source to make it more interesting, you can choose between”Politics and the English Language” by George Orwell or  “The Fight Over Immigration” by Jeff Gammage.