We have been reading Angela Davis’s book about rethinking current models of incarceration. We have also discussed trending topics in the nation right now, like police brutality. All of the prompts are related to these matters. Choose one that interests you. You may change the wording to customize it as you wish, but please make sure you are sticking to the general subject matter that has been the theme of our course. Write a 1000 word / 4-5 page (double-spaced Times New Roman 12 pt. font ) on one of the following options. 1. Explore the #blacklives matter campaign and make an argument about its potential to impact social reform (around the issues of police brutality, sentencing, etc.) 2. Professor Davis shows in her book that “justice” is not equally dispensed to all races. What role should whites play in reforming the criminal “justice” system? (You may come up with several ways/several things they should do, which is fine too.) 3. Are race and social class equal factors in sentencing/police brutality/etc. or does one play a larger role than another? (This is essentially a comparison/contrast essay.) 4. Take one of the questions that Professor Davis asks in the book and try to answer it using your own research. (It is not cheating to use her question(s) since you will attribute it to her.) 5. Argue that the current system of incarceration in the United States is _________ and should be reformed. If possible, offer some viable alternatives. (Fill in the blank with your own word(s), e.g., “immoral”, “racist,” “sexist”, “broken”, etc.) 3. Argue that online IDS are necessary to protect us. 4. Argue that the invasion of our privacy (online) is worth it to keep us all safe. 5. Pitch me any related topic. Make sure you have: an introduction (with the research question and/or thesis)strong topic sentencessupporting detail from sources*conclusion a Works Cited page detailing the works you actually cited (quoted) in your essay.Extra Credit: an annotated bibliography showing 7-10 sources. Only half your sources can be from the internet; the other half must be from online databases or (recent) books.