to use your political imagination to develop a realistic utopia as it pertains to dealing with the issue of climate change Given the magnitude of the threat from climate change in the next decades and the need to do something about carbon emissions in the next decade, what can be imagined? Accomplished? A fundamental question that you need to answer for yourself is whether you view the accomplishment of your realistic utopia by means of winning governing power or by means of controlling state power (see Governing Socialism by Bill Fletcher, Jr. in We Own the Future). Your answer will determine how you deal with and assess the following required materials: the IPCC report, two chapters from Winning the Green Deal, Samuel Estevezs presentation, and either How We Go Home (edited by Sara Sinclair) or Red Nation Rising (Bordertown Violence Working Group).
1. IPCC Report (see above)
2. Winning the Green New Deal
3. Bill Fletcher Jr.s, Governing Socialism from We Own The Future
4. Samuel Estevezs presentation on An Indigenous Peoples Historyby Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, and How We Go Home (edited by Sara Sinclair) orRed Nation Rising (Bordertown Violence Working Group)
5. Realistic Utopia, Utopistics, Political Imagination (Angela Davis) see Course Documents
use above resources to write 4 pages
see attached file