1.What is the nature of the freedom that Malcolm X refers to in the final sentence? In what sense (considering what he says in the rest of the essay) is language liberating?

Each question needs a minimum of 500 words, single spaced. Please use these criteria when answering the questions. Clearly answers the assigned prompts, demonstrating strong understanding of and connections to the associated reading. This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Explores concepts with seriousness and develops ideas in a satisfying way (not too brief or repetitive); avoids too much summary or overt generalizations. Makes solid, meaningful connections to own knowledge, experiences, and observations from life outside of class. Is it possible for people to be “prisoners” of their own language? Explain. 2Alexie writes in paragraph 6 that “a smart Indian is a dangerous person, widely feared and ridiculed by Indians and non-Indians alike.” Why do you think he calls a “smart Indian” dangerous? What or who has given him that idea? Would his sentiment differ if he replaced the word “Indian” with another of his own identities (male, heterosexual, etc.)? 3Pipher believes that “all writing is designed to change the world.” What examples does she provide to support her claim? If you were writing an argument along similar lines, what examples of change writing would you choose to support this claim and why? What are the key difference between change writing and propaganda, according to Pipher? What accounts for the power of each of these types of writing? Which type do you think is more powerful in the long run? I have attached copies of the book pages, the grading rubric and instruction, let me know if you have any questions.

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