This syllabus is on “Freedom is a Constant Struggle” by Angela Davis. I chose this book because I wanted to pick something that was meaningful and discussed real life issues. I wanted people to see all of the issues that she discusses and then be able to see, in depth, a better description of it all. I want people to get more involved in changing all of the issues discussed in the book. The articles and websites that I found are extremely intense and full of details about every topic. I found articles with different views and from different people that have gone through things in different ways. I found theories, and journal articles from people who truly care about black feminism and prison abolishment. The pop culture things that I used were movies, songs, and videos that touch you when you read, watch, or listen to them. The movies are intense and will provoke so many emotions. The song will give you a chance to see how young African Americans were actually treated by the police. The TED Talk will show you how women are treated and what it is like to be a feminist. I chose to present the things in a way that is easy for people to find and read. I know, personally, if I see a page with a lot of words, I won’t read any of them. It’s lazy but it is true. You have to write short fragments that will catch someone’s eye. I want my audience to see the immense amount of discrimination that we have in our society and the issues that no one is dealing with. People think that the only discrimination is against people of color, but in reality there’s discrimination against women, gays, transgenders, and anyone who is not the dominant white man. If we get more people to read the book and read all of the articles, journals, and books that I have listed, people will surely want to help make a change. I do not feel like people know the extent of discrimination that we have in society. People reading these should want to help make equality a real thing. We live in this fairy tale world where most white people think that everyone is equal but in reality the amount of discrimination that we have is atrocious. It is 2016 and we are still shocked that there is a such thing as same sex marriage. Our police officers are still shooting innocent men and women because of their skin color. Racism is still a thing that we worry about every single day. There needs to be a change and my hope is that this syllabus motivates at least one person to do something about it.