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Do Better, Writing Process: A Nonfiction Logline??

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Inspiring Critical Thinking and Community via Books, Lessons, and Story

  This part of chapter one made me realize that I had no log line, although those are generally reserved, so I thought, for fiction work: 

The end goal of this project is to create a community and a plan that would implement all four of President Roosevelt’s stated freedoms, in a phased-in program that builds a movement across the next sixty to eighty years.

What do you think, Thoughtful Readers?

We now return to our French Fridays…

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Click here to read, if you like:

B5, Hakan: Muhafiz/The Protector, Casa de papel/Money Heist or  Lupin Reviews

Holistic High School Lessons,

orLong Range Nonfiction, or Historical Fiction

Shira


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By DestinieShira

Shira Destinie Jones Booth Hall Porter Faxio Mayo Manzilla West, author of the Community and 4 Freedoms blog, is a published academic and community author and an aspiring Historical Fantasy novelist. She has also been a community organizer, Voluntary Simplicity adherent, RankedChoiceVoting advocate, and educator. She is still working to build strong Public Domain social Infrastructure (#PublicDomainInfrastructure), and welcomes others to join in this work: 1.) Public Transportation, 2.) Public Libraries, 3.) ProBono Legal & Consumer Education particularly around housing issues, & 4.) Universal Health Care. She believes that our Public Domain social Infrastructure, starting with these four key parts, need to be under girded by adopting a Universal Basic Income, possibly supplemented by a Federal Jobs Guarantee. She has organized community events such as film discussions, multi-ethnic song events and cooperative presentations in her native city of Washington, DC and abroad.

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