You are required to attend a co-curricular activity or watch a documentary related to American politics, then write a report. Either choice (activity or film) is acceptable, so long as it is related to U.S. politics and your instructor approves it. You must contact the instructor no later than two weeks before the paper is due to obtain his/her approval. Here are some examples of what would work: Attend a speech/panel/presentation related to a topic in our class. For example, Broward College hosts gubernatorial debates each year a new Florida Governor is elected; Watch a documentary, series episode, televised political debate, or movie related to a topic in our class. Some examples include an episode of “House of Cards” (Netflix subscription required), a live parliamentary debate in the House or Senate via C-SPAN, or the PBS documentary “Zero Tolerance” (free on PBS), “The Abortion Divide” (free on PBS), or “Supreme Revenge” (free on PBS); Partake in a local election event of a party or political candidate running for Congress/Governor/President; Partake in an event related to an interest group such as Black Lives Matter, Environmental Protection advocates, Pro-Life/Pro-Choice advocates, etc. Based on your selection, write a 2 ½ – 3 page 1,000 words) report that includes: a summary of the co-curricular activity or documentary, how it relates to this class, and how you feel about it. This assignment is 100 points, so it carries a