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Social Change Workshop At OSU-M/NCSC

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  Original Published: 2/19/2014

Social change, and how to become involved in promoting it, were the topics of a workshop Wednesday at the Ohio State-Mansfield North-Central State College campus.

A couple of dozen students and faculty members attended the hour-long discussion, entitled "The Social Change Model of Leadership Development" and led by the student life director at Mercy College of Ohio.

Dave Crafts says many college students want to perpetuate social change, but need guidance on how to do it. The social change program was a part of Ohio State-Mansfield and North Central State's observance of February as Black History Month.

   
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