When Alexander Hamilton first arrived in New York, he quickly found a cause to become devoted to, as well as comrades who shared this passion. They recognized that a movement was building and that their participation would help to revolutionize the colonies. This kind of change often only seems possible in history books, but this panel will discuss how each of us can find the causes we’re passionate about, connect with others who feel the same, and effect change on our campus and in our communities. This is part of our One Book program on Hamilton.
“This is not a moment, it’s the movement”: Taking action for positive change
The audio of this discussion is available below: