Global Trans Reader: chapters – 35, 36, 39, 42
Social Justice: 10, 11, 12
− will be like midterm
− will have 9 questions, three sets of three, you will choose one from each set
− there will be a wildcard question, you can choose it over any other
− we will narrow down the question bank on the last week
This is what Democracy Looks Like:
1. Why is the protest at the WTO (World Trade Organization) Seattle meeting
considered a movement of movements?
Large number of people.
Mixture of people from (almost) all stages of life and society.
2. Identify some of the little narratives evident in the film.
Changing physical, mental, emotional landscape.
Different levels of vision.
Different levels of unions.
Different experiences at different periods of time.
Narrative about American society.
◦ Rights and freedoms.
3. What issues of social justice are motivating people in the film?
Foreign workers, situation.
Gender justice – women in china
use of force against others --> peacefully protest!
4. What “Other” voices are missing?
WTO People. Sociology 3th
Key Struggles for Indigenous People
− bio-piracy concerns increase
− ex: women in Africa with immunity to aids; DAN extracted without proper
− not all engaged in all parts
− Indigenous: people in terms of “priority in time; voluntary perpetuation of
their cultural distinctiven