Writing Problem Statement

Context: For the past 2 weeks, we have been reading and writing about community problems, and you have identified a community issue that will be the focus of your problem/solution in this course. As a reminder, we are writing one long essay in 3 separate parts (the parts were outlined in our assignment on March, Book 1, so feel free to review that assignment if you need additional context). The first part of your essay is devoted to proving that there is indeed a problem. As a reminder, academic essays comprise of most of your course grade, so you need to put substantial time and thought into drafting this essay.
Learning Outcomes: I can write a sustained academic argument about a community problem. Addresses outcomes 1, 2a, 2e, 2f, 2g, 3,4b, 4d, 4f, and 5 in the course syallabus
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Estimated time to Complete: 3-5 hours for first draft, 1 hour for peer review, 1-3 hours revising following peer review
Directions: Write a 5-6 page essay that outlines the problem/social issue that you are covering for this course. The focus of this section of your essay is on defining and outlining the problem and convincing the reader that this is indeed a problem. Use this outline t
organize your essay. Feel free to draw on previous work from your proposal and other writings in class. Your essay should be written in proper MLA format. Refer to this source
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for that format. Because my job is to teach you to successfully write academic essays for future courses, I am hard core about proper format, so take time to do it correctly.
Source requirement: You should use between 4 and 6 sources. You may include a reading from this course as a source (March, Book 1; your chosen book, “Blackfeet Brain Drain”).

I included my essay part one and the links of the free books you can additionally use as resources

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