The lecture given by Global Poverty Project's team is very impressing. At the beginning, the speaker identified what means extreme poverty, the lack of fundamental possessions and money. The kairos is there are still 1.4 billion people in the world suffering extreme poverty, and that's why we should act. The speaker's main point is extreme poverty can be eliminated by everyone's effort. The logos is strong. There are lots of statistics, charts and examples. The statistics shows the percentage of extreme poverty people has dropped as time goes by. South Korea is given as an example to illustrate how a country can get rid of poverty and develop at a fast speed. The contrast of South Korea now and its past is very impressing. The pathos is aroused by visual arguments. The speaker showed several short videos, which interview people from poor area. There are pictures of extreme people, and those pictures of children arouse people's sympathy greatly. Another pathos aroused is anger and unfair. The speaker talked about corruption in the world, providing several cases with pictures of corrupted peoples' fancy houses. After analyzing the extreme poverty issue, it came to the policy claims, what we can do. We signed up our e-mail addresses to follow the project's information. The speaker said we could join in their project to act, such as volunteering and spreading the information among friends. As far as I am concerned, the policy claims are not specific enough. If the project's goal is to appeal to us to act, it should provide policy claims in regard to how to act, when to act and how effective or influential the act can be. But the policy claims are too general, for example, we can visit their website for more information.