Racism & Diversity with Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield
Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield is a decorated American diplomat. However, segregation and racism were harsh realities of her early life and college years at Louisiana State University. But life’s biggest test would come during her service in Rwanda during the genocide in 1994 where she found herself held at gunpoint. What do you do when faced with that kind of adversity? How do you survive? In her gripping talk she describes that surreal moment, the choice she made and the lesson her mother taught her that helped her survive. It’s a lesson that could benefit us all who face challenges in life!