Grassroots Leadership and the Arts for Social Change by S.J. Erenrich and J.F. Wergin (Eds.).
Erenrich and Wergin’s edited book, Grassroots Leadership and the Arts for Social Change, explores the tandem roles of the arts in facilitating grassroots movements and the leaders who have inspired them. Founded in Erenrich’s expertise as a scholar and practitioner of leadership, social change, and the arts, and in Wergin’s distinguished academic background as a professor and author in the fields of higher education and leadership, this book presents sixteen unique narratives clearly articulating the importance of the arts as a vehicle for creating change from the ground-up.
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