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Voices

Voices from around campus and the community join us to commemorate “50 Years of Inclusion at Texas A&M University.”

Fred McClure, Chief Executive Officer of the George Bush Library Foundation, envisions changes in higher education and asks if access to universities will be open and available enough. (Transcript)

Christine Stanley, Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity, talks about the need to engage in dialogues to broaden the meaning of inclusion as well as the importance of diversity to the health of Texas A&M and society. (Transcript)

Sallie Sheppard, one of the first women formally admitted to Texas A&M University, reflects on the visionary leadership of General Rudder and his major contributions to inclusion. (Transcript)