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Posted March 30, 2007

Alexandra Lozano
News Editor

Naomi Tutu, keynote speaker for the University’s third annual “Engendering Diversity and Community” conference, addressed “Women's Stories, Women's Voices” March 22 before a packed house in La Fetra Auditorium.

“I felt empowered by her last speech,” University President Steve Morgan said as he introduced the speaker.

Tutu noted that the title for the keynote address was “pulled out of a hat of my life experiences.”

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