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  • Show graphic of people in prison and state that more than 1.6 million adults were in state and federal prisons in 2010. <br />
  • Hook/attention grabber: Picture of myself, and state that I too am like the other 5.85 million convicted felons in this country. <br />
  • The Big Idea: If we continue to look down upon and segregate those with convictions we as a society will never grow. <br />
  • What’s in it for your audience? Explain why your topic is important or worth discussing. <br /> Not all convicted felons are bad people and we deserve our rights just as everyone else. It is my goal to show everybody that one bad mistake should affect an individual for the rest of their life and everybody deserves a second chance. <br />
  • Why should your audience listen to you? Explain your ethos (credibility). My audience should <br /> listen to me and find me credible because I am a convicted felon and my views on those with convictions have change immensely since my conviction. I have jumped hurdles to get to where I am today and a stupid mistake I made almost three years ago is still affecting me today. <br />
  • Call to Adventure: We are no longer living in the 1950’s and the war on drugs is a complete failure. An individual should not be affected for the rest of their live for a conviction. We as a society need to be more open-minded about this and vote for lawmakers who are more also open-minded on the restoration of rights for felons. <br />   <br />
  • Preview the three main points that will support your big idea: Changing the opinion of those who look down upon those with felony convictions. 1) Explain the affects a felony conviction has on a person’s life. 2) Explain the second chance act and felon restoration. 3) Explain that not all with felony convictions are bad people and deserve their constitutional rights as well as jobs and housing. <br />
  • Supporting Point One: Explain the affects a felony conviction has on a person’s life. <br />
  • Provide facts about those with felony convictions and the rights that they loose. <br />
  • Story about my personal experience and the things that I have had to go through with a conviction. <br />
  • Supporting Point Two: Explain the second chance act and felon restoration. <br />
  • Give facts about the positive outcomes that have come from the second chance act and show states that provide felons restoration of rights. <br />
  • Story about my experience with the second chance act and the hurdles I have to jump to get my rights restored. <br />
  • Supporting Point Three: Explain that not all with felony convictions are bad people and deserve their constitutional rights as well as jobs and housing. <br />
  • Convicted felons have gone on to become CEOs, doctors, lawyers and celebrities. <br />
  • Background information about my life, my goals and dreams that I would like to accomplish. <br />
  • Call to Action: Tell people to vote for those who support the second chance act and restoration of rights for felons, since we cannot do it ourselves. <br />
  • Summarize the main points: Changing the opinions of societies view on convicted felons, this includes: 1) Explaining the affects a felony conviction has on a person’s life. 2) Explaining the second chance act and felon restoration and 3) Explaining that not all convicted felons are bad people and deserve their constitutional rights as well as jobs and housing. <br />
  • Restate big idea: If we continue to look down upon and segregate those with felony convictions we as a society will never grow. <br />
  • Clincher/new bliss: We are no longer living in the 1950’s and the war on drugs is a complete failure. An individual should not be affected for the rest of their live for a conviction. We as a society need to be more open-minded about this and vote for lawmakers who are more also open-minded on the restoration of rights for felons. I am not a bad person and millions of others are just like me. We should not be denied our constitutional rights, jobs or housing. Some felons are very bad people and for example I do not believe a convicted murderer should be able to own a gun or a child molester be able to work at a daycare. However, something like a small drug conviction from years ago should not affect one in such a massive way for the rest of their life. <br />

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  • https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=583259155021186&set=pb.100000113191193.-2207520000.1397361710.&type=3&theater That’s Me! 1 of 5.85 million convicted felons
  • Photo Credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/29233640@N07/9649309950/">** RCB **</a> via <a href="http://compfight.com">Compfight</a> <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/">cc</a> We must change our views to grow
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  • https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10201811623245451&set=t.100000113191193&type=3&theater I’m a felon Not a bad person
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  • https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=784856431528123&set=pb.100000113191193.-2207520000.1397361706.&type=3&theater Lost student loans Denied jobs Can’t vote
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