PART I: Using the material that you and your group mates produced in class on the shared google.doc, produce your 250 word summary of Ngozi Adiche's Danger of A Single Story (here is that link). You should feel free to edit or change what got written in your 250 words on the google.doc in anyway that makes sense to you--you might include parts of your group's writing. You might include parts from other group's writing that makes sense to use.
PART II: As we discussed in class, one single story can deeply affect how you are understood in the world and how the world understands you. So, for the last part of your post, in at least 100 words, what is the dangerous single story of your alum? What is the story that could be told about your alum that would limit who they can be in the world--or what story could have limited how they saw themselves but they made decisions to NOT let it determine who they are and what is possible in their world? Answering this question, even just using the info you got from them in the initial greeting email, will help you think about how to shape your essay around a thesis.
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