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OBJECTIVE: To write a persuasive research paper exploring an inspirational activist or reformer from history, living or dead.  Convince the reader that they made a positive impact on the world.



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Resources for Inspirational Activists

Gale Resources iconBritannica School iconBiography Reference iconExplora icon

In Britannica, search people known for activism :

In Biography Reference Center, search "activists"

Note that Explora and Gale in Context (High School) have more information than the previous two resources. 


Resource for Citation

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Citing from Britiannica to NoodleTools

Copy MLA Citation from Brittanica 




In NoodleTools Click New Source (They can click database--it doesn't matter) 









Paste manually 


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