MSU Women's Leadership Conference
A student talks about her experience at the 10th annual MSU Women’s Leadership Conference held in the Union. About 200 people attended the event, which was hosted by the Women’s Initiative for Leadership Development, or WILD. Carlotta Walls LaNier, a former Spartan, was the main speaker, and she talked about her journey as being one of nine black students to integrate Arkansas’ Little Rock Central High School in 1957.
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