Make the argument for a modern-day manifesto. Suggestions would be materials provided by the Black Lives Matter movement, the Occupy Wall Street (now known simply as Occupy) movement, or any public speech or declaration of your choosing that was made on behalf of a movement (feminist, queer, transgender, etc.). Explain your reasoning for declaring the speech act or text as a manifesto using your understanding of the genre.

Here is the essay requirement. You can choose either option 1 or 2.Final essay must be supported by at least one scholarly source on the topic. . Essay length is 4-5 pages maximum, double-spaced. Works cited page in MLA format must be included, along with proper in-text citations. You should have at least 5 bibliographies. See OWL Purdue for guidelines: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/1. Choose one documentary (short or long) from the NFB archives and discuss how it embodies and communicates distinctly Canadian nationalism or politics of its time. Be sure to discuss conventions of the genre and not just the content.Link for short(17 min) documentary:https://www.nfb.ca/film/billy_crane_moves_away/2. Make the argument for a modern-day manifesto. Suggestions would be materials provided by the Black Lives Matter movement, the Occupy Wall Street (now known simply as Occupy) movement, or any public speech or declaration of your choosing that was made on behalf of a movement (feminist, queer, transgender, etc.). Explain your reasoning for declaring the speech act or text as a manifesto using your understanding of the genre.