THE Charles School at Ohio Dominican University brought the theme of Social Justice home to their students in both a historical and personal way. Columbus native Wil Haygood is the author of The Butler: A Witness to History, which has been on the New York Times Best Seller list since the release of the motion picture in August. It is the story that inspired Lee Daniels to direct the movie Lee Daniels’ The Butler which has been a box office smash. Mr. Haygood officially launched his book at Ohio Dominican University on the 12th of September. As a young man he was inspired to go to college through the Upward Bound program hosted at ODU and felt it a fitting place to hold the book launch. Earlier that afternoon, Mr. Haygood, through the gracious cooperation and generosity of ODU and the Brentnell Recreation Center, spoke to The Charles School students, staff, board, and members of the community at the Brentnell Recreation Center. For nearly an hour, Mr. Haygood inspired the students through his words, answered student’ questions about the movie and his life, signed books, and posed for pictures. Khara Bage a veteran MCNC Student Leadership Host Ambassador asked Mr Haywood a question. The Leadership program fosters innovative collaborations, experiential learning opportunities and collaborations with the community to develop student voices to be change agents of tomorrow.
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