What does it mean to be a renegade and to dream while living in Eastwood? What is the relationship between space/place and the past in Renegade Dreams?

Reflection Essay on Renegade Dreams
Complete reading Renegade Dreams.
Respond to one of the three prompts listed below.
Write an essay between 1200-1500 words.

Your essay will include: a short introduction (tell the reader what you will be discussing – include one sentence in your paragraph that summarizes your response to the prompt), paragraphs with description and analysis, and a short conclusion.
Your paper should use citations and have a bibliography (can use APA, MLA, or Chicago style for bibliography; recommended you use in-text (author date, page) style for your citations).

Prompts:
Choose one of the three prompts. Answer the prompt in an essay using Renegade Dreams and course content in your essay. Each prompt requires you to describe and analyze three ‘examples’ (usually a person’s life-story, or an event) from Renegade Dreams. No outside of course research required to receive a mark in the As. Do cite your sources.

Choose and answer 1 of the prompts below:
What does it mean to be a renegade and to dream while living in Eastwood?
What is the relationship between space/place and the past in Renegade Dreams?
How are economic issues and racialization connected in Eastwood?

In your response:
Demonstrate/analyze this relationship by describing AT LEAST three ethnographic examples from Renegade Dreams
Draw on three concepts from the course (making connections to readings/lecture material). You should include course concepts if included in the prompt.

What does it mean to be a renegade and to dream while living in Eastwood? What is the relationship between space/place and the past in Renegade Dreams?