Airport Security I chose airport security for my social change project. Lately airports are having many problems dealing with their security. I chose this social issue because I think that it is a very big problem right now. People need to be informed about facts and statistics and we need to do something about this issue. Before I started doing research I knew that September 11, 2001 played a big role in the change of airport security. Statistics prove that 9/11 caused a major change. Recently in the world, there have been many attacks all over the world. The number of attacks is increasing every year and something needs to change and make this number of attacks start to go down. For my put it into action I chose to create a blog. …show more content…
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"TSA Releases 2015 Statistics." Transportation Security Administration. January 21, 2016. Accessed May 15, 2016. https://www.tsa.gov/news/releases/2016/01/21/tsa-releases-2015-statistics

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