Identify a Root Cause: Social Innovation Program Speaker Take-Aways

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If you have a desire to create positive social change, this article is for you. Here are things I learned from SIP that you should keep in mind as you continue to learn, fail, and grow.

Identifying a root cause of a social problem can be equated to peeling an onion. For each layer you pull back, you must ask WHY? This peeling process must continue until there are no more WHY?’s to answer. Sounds easy, right? Wrong. Read more from ELA (now Changemaker Catalyst) award winner Samantha Dietz at the student-curated Change Hub.