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When it comes to policing in America, we must first be able to comprehend the past in order to understand the present and work toward a better future.

That was the message of Thomas Blomberg, dean of FSU’s College of Criminology, at Thursday’s kick-off of the “Policing in the U.S.” brown-bag series hosted by the Center for Leadership & Social Change.

Don't miss out on any of the programs and events offered by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, and find out about volunteer and related opportunities on campus and around the community.

Citizens of the world.

That’s what five Florida State University students will work to become this summer when they travel abroad to continue on service they have always been passionate about — all fully funded through the Center for Leadership & Social Change’s Moellership program.

Complex conversations create potential for change.

The Center for Leadership & Social Change hopes to furnish this potential by hosting “Policing in the U.S.,” a series of talks focused on the complexity of policing in America. The center’s goal in organizing this series is to provide a space for the community to learn and discuss with experts in the field.

Don't miss out on any of the programs and events offered by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, and find out about volunteer and related opportunities on campus and around the community.

Personal prejudices will not change unless you are willing to stare them in the face.

Florida State will soon give the campus and surrounding community the opportunity to do just that with the launch of a new affiliate of the National Coalition Building Institute. The new campus affiliate for this international nonprofit will facilitate workshops on prejudice reduction and inclusion to students, faculty and staff.

LeaderShape® at Florida State University is gearing up for its annual Institute, a week-long program that gives participants a chance to work with peers and faculty to enhance their leadership abilities, explore their strengths and values, and create positive change in their communities.

“Can race melt?”

Marc Johnston-Guerrero tackled this question in his keynote address at Saturday’s Multicultural Leadership Summit, hosted by the Center for Leadership & Social Change.

The annual two-day conference—this year with a theme of “Dumping the Melting Pot: Embracing the Mosaic”— explored the concept of cultural assimilation in the United States and offered 140 students the chance to discuss topics related to power, privilege and oppression in open workshops and small group settings.

Don't miss out on any of the programs and events offered by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, and find out about volunteer and related opportunities on campus and around the community.

Don't miss out on any of the programs and events offered by the Center for Leadership & Social Change, and find out about volunteer and related opportunities on campus and around the community.