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Interested in social justice leadership? A new program at mills college launches in the spring.

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The first academic program following Northeastern University’s announcement about the planned merger with Mills College, an institution with a deep history of advocacy surrounding racial and gender equity issues, is now enrolling Northeastern students who want to pursue future leadership roles in social justice causes. The new program, titled Leading Social Change, starts in January 2022 when the spring semester kicks off and will be held in-person on the Mills campus in Oakland, California.

Open to all Northeastern students, the program will be taught by Mills faculty, says Chris Gallagher, vice chancellor for global learning opportunities and an English professor at Northeastern. “This is our first academic partnership, and it emerged from conversations between Mills and Northeastern about harnessing the traditions and strengths of Mills College’s academic mission,” he says.

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