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Co-hosted by Global Citizens Circle, Social Change Initiative & Southern New Hampshire University

Building Movements for Change: Stories of Challenge and Success


Dolores Huerta receives Global Citizen Award AND co-leads iNTERGENERATIONAL GLOBAL conversation with Lauren Hogg, Ramla Sahid, jada hebra - and you!

May 30, 2019 - Discussion begins at 4:00pm EST



Listen, Learn, and Lead

For over four decades, Global Citizens Circle has brought together diverse thinkers – from world leaders to local activists – for challenging dialogue to stimulate meaningful and enduring resolution of our world’s pressing concerns. Participate in a moderated conversation, “Building Movements for Change: Stories of Challenge and Success,” drawing on questions and comments from online and in person. 


Dolores Huerta

President Dolores Huerta Foundation and co-founded United Farm Workers of America

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Lauren Hogg

Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS class of 2021, March for our Lives activist and organizer


Ramla Sahid

Founder Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans--PANA

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jada hebra

Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at SNHU


Global citizens Award

Global Citizens Circle continues to recognize ordinary people living extraordinary lives. These awards have been earned in schools, prison cells, courts, protest marches, backbreaking labor in fields, boardrooms and newsrooms, at kitchen tables, neighborhood lanes, and beyond. We honor compassionate and courageous members of our human family. They started early and they stay at it. Their perseverance gives us hope.

About the Event


Global Citizens Circle, Social Change Initiative and Southern New Hampshire University, three global organizations whose missions meet to support and empower global citizens, partner in intergenerational listening, learning and action. Together let’s come up with concrete actions to build activism that works across cultures, borders, ethnicities, races, religions and genders to support an inclusive, diverse humanity. We can and must work together to solve critical issues in our communities, our nations and around the globe.


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The Circle is not a typical event. Our special participants will join in a moderated conversation that involves highly interactive dialogue among everyone

We want you to know about our next Circle when it is scheduled. Some will join us in person. Nominate yourself or someone you think can contribute. 

If you can’t attend in person, we welcome you to join via livestream. We will accept questions from the online audience via Twitter. Our Twitter handle is @citizens_circle and we are using the hashtag #activismthatworks. Please sign up below.


Our History

Approaching our 45th anniversary fostering diversity, inclusion, and civil discourse to create constructive change.

GCC International Delegation to South Africa, 1998


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