This is a very worthy activist project, and I like the fact that it utilizes social media and hashtags, specifically. You make your voice around this topic very clear in the proposal, and that is the point of doing activist media work. I think your plan is clear and sound. The only thing I would have you consider how the tweeting will develop over time. For example, you might start with tweets offering scientific facts, etc., but eventually you might incorporate very short videos or testimonials -- the idea being that you're building on facts that become well known by adding faces and voices as, presumably, the stigma decreases.
I'm not saying you need to do that, but it's something to consider if you see this as a long-term project.
Hi Annie; You have a lot of really good information in your literature review, but there appear to be far more citations in the references section in the back than there are in the body of the lit review itself. For each reference in the back there should be a corresponding citation in the body of the paper. You'll need to even it out for the final paper you turn in with your project at the end of the term (it need consist only of a short description of your project and the literature review).
Also, you don have to include the titles of the articles you're citing in the body of the lit review, only authors last name and year of publication. I'll scan and email you the copy your gave me so you see my comments.