Locate books with these call numbers at Willis and Sycamore Libraries, GOVT Online Resources, and UNT Online Resources.
Political Participation, Political Activists, and Citizenship
Citizenship Study And Teaching Higher United States
Change comes from students. Here are some tips for organizing a protest within university policy. There are more tips and tricks available at Government Information Connection: Civic Engagement Portal.
ips on proper format and effective content for a letter urging an action or expressing an opinion to a member of Congress or a member of the state legislature.
UNT Libraries Special Collections has a Student Demonstration Poster Collection. This collection is comprised of large posters created by students of the University of North Texas. A majority of the posters are decorated with handwritten phrases and drawings, though several have been created through stamps.
First accretion consists of posters created in the course of the "Willis Wall Demonstration" which took place on September 21, 2016. This spontaneous demonstration was started by student Jazmine McGill, who placed six posters on the exterior of Willis Library. The posters expressed frustration and anger at a series of events in the news involving policy brutality and violence against African Americans. The posters also expressed solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Throughout the day on September 21, 2016 students added their own posters to the wall, and added additional comments to those posters. Additional posters were added to the collection in 2017 following a similar poster demonstration in a different campus location in 2017.
The Government Information Connection provide excellent resources on civic engagement, elections, and elected officals. Please visit the pages to learn more.
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