Is your project a podcast? This is what I gather from your proposal, though you never state it directly. For this proposal I was looking for very clear, concrete explanations of each project. I was also looking for your voice. As I read your proposal I see that you want to ask questions of your peers about how much responsibility they take for the election results, and how they regard news, even how much they understand news and information. In lieu of that, what if you made strong statements yourself about all of the above? That's the kind of thing I'm looking for in an activist piece -- hearing your voice. You can certainly show a strong point of view (yours) in the way you frame your questions and interviews and such, but I wanted to get a sense of that in the proposal.
In your 5-minute pitch be prepared to say clearly what the project is and what your activist stance is. Then offer some concrete information about exactly what your piece will include, how it will be organized, and what it is you have to say!
Hi Brittany; You have lots of good information in your literature review, but the way you've written the review, I have little idea who most of the authors or sources are that you're drawing from as they are not cited well within the narrative. You must include author last names and years in the literature review body. You seem to have many more citations or references in the back reference list than you have in the body of the literature review. They should be equal (each reference in the back should appear in proper form in the body). There are also some writing issues that need work. I'll scan and email you the review you gave me so you can see my edits.