On February 28th, High School students from Mr. Jerid Lindenmuth’s Contemporary Issues class and Dr. Ian McCoog’s Enrichment program, attended a Civic Engagement Fair at Bloomsburg University.  The event was co-hosted by the BU History Department and WVIA-TV as part of the release of American Creed, a PBS documentary about active citizenship.  Students participated in workshops led by BU students and faculty and also had opportunities to interact with individuals featured in the documentary, including Tegan GriffithMs. Griffith is a U.S. Marine and Iraqi War veteran who works tirelessly in civilian life on behalf of U.S. veterans. All students in attendance were encouraged to become Sworn Again Citizens by taking an oath to be responsible citizens and pledging to do good deeds in their communities.
Shown are Southern students participating in one of the day's group discussions. 

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