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MBA 6851 Unit VII PowerPoint Presentation

MBA 6851 Unit VII PowerPoint Presentation

Author: l marshall

For this assignment you are asked to discuss why social equity necessarily has two faces–civil rights and economic rights. Further discuss why the American welfare state evolved as a pragmatic, not an ideological, solution to the pressing problem of social equity.
Create a PowerPoint Presentation that gives the history of both civil and economic rights. Then as a conclusion, based on the research you have completed, explain what the future trends are for both civil and economic rights pertaining to social equity.
Components of the presentation include the following: 
1. Include the history of economic rights, civil rights, and the American welfare system. 
2. Make sure to touch on at least one of the following: nonracial discrimination, sexual harassment, and disabilities discrimination
3. Be a minimum of 10 slides and a maximum of 12 slides, not including the title or reference slides.
4. Include pictures in your presentation, and use at least two other sources other than your textbook for your presentation information. 
5. Include between five and six abbreviated bullets for each slide - approximately 24-point font.
6. Your presentation should be written in APA style writing with appropriate citations.
7. Include a title slide at the beginning of your presentation and a references slide at the end of your presentation for your resources
When creating the presentation, craft it in a “business professional” manner with appropriate text proportions, consistent and professional font, and appropriate images to display your information. While some features of PowerPoint may be “cool” or better at catching attention, it may not be suitable for presenting professional information and driving home your point.
Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below.

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