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Maya Angelou called on the students in the room to keep learning so they could tear down “walls of ignorance.” "The truth is," she said, “human beings are more alike than we are unalike. Let them know this is their world, let them know in this institution of higher learning, to rid themselves of illusions of ignorance." Maya Angelou (1928-2014) during her fourth visit in 2011 at the University of Redlands.

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Angelou read to the audience her poem, “A Brave and Startling Truth” written to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. She asked that it be posted to the University’s website for all students to read. Maya Angelou (1928-2014) during her fourth visit in 2011 at the University of Redlands.

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Meacham’s visit was part of the Associated Students of the University of Redlands’ Convocations and Lecture series, which invites speakers from various backgrounds to speak on current events or their lives. 2016

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Steinem’s visit was co-sponsored by the ASUR Student Government, the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, the College of Arts and Sciences Dean Office, the Women’s and Gender Studies Department and History Department. 2014

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The University of Redlands prides itself on the impressive speakers who come to campus each year. In 2011, renowned primatologist, conservationist and U.N. Messenger of Peace Jane Goodall was one of those guests, who not only presented a lecture in the Memorial Chapel, but also met with local students in the LaFourcade Garden.

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Malawi's former President, Joyce Banda delivered a Lecture at the University of Redlands' Homecoming and Parents Weekend Celebration.

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Mike Goodchild, Emeritus Professor of Geography at the University of California, Santa Barbara is speaking to GIS students about the future of 4-dimensional GIS. 2016

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"As I have said many times before, leadership is a love affair. As a leader, you fall in love with the people; and the people fall in love with you. It is an emotional phenomenon founded and built on mutuality, common good and shared vision between the leader and the people," Dr. Joyce Banda explained.

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Diane Nash told the students, “People often talk about change but don’t get around to doing anything. Even though we had not met you yet, we did what we did for you. We loved you.” 2016

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Dr. Banda explained that 'redefined leadership' is a new leadership approach that is people-centered and not leader-centered.