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Civil Rights trailblazer Hunter-Gault discusses her historic entry into the University of Georgia as its first black female student and the road she took through the Jim Crow South to get there.
Africa’s First Elected Female President
Known as “Africa’s Iron Lady,” Nobel Peace Laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf won international acclaim for leading Liberia through the Ebola Crisis and through reconciliation and recovery following her nation’s decade-long civil war.
Human Rights & Anti-Genocide Activist
World-renowned as a voice for human rights and New York Times bestselling author John Prendergast has attracted Hollywood’s A-List to focus the world’s attention on genocide, corruption and the hope for peace in Africa.
Renowned Global Economist & Author
Named by Time Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People In the World” and recipient of the Friedrich Hayek Lifetime Achievement Award, Dr. Dambisa Moyo is a renowned global economist.
Author of Left to Tell
Immculee Ilibagiza is the author of the bestseller Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust. She has established the Left to Tell Charitable Fund to help others heal from the effects of genocide.
Grandson of Nelson Mandela
Carrying his grandfather’s torch forward during the centennial of his birth and beyond, Mandela empowers today’s youth to inspire meaningful change for justice and equality.
Race & Gender Justice Activist
The daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Naomi carries on the family legacy to heal the wounds of racism. After years spent as a development consultant, educator and race and gender activist she accepted her call to ordained ministry.
Real Life Hero of Hotel Rwanda
Known as the "Rwandan Schindler," speaker Paul Rusesabagina saved countless lives during the Rwandan genocide. His story is chronicled in the film Hotel Rwanda.
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