February 19, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 78  

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CAMPUS LIFE

Some of the World's Greatest Leaders

Martin Luther King Jr. — His leadership of the American civil rights movement in the 1960s and the results of his ‘dream’ still resonate today.

John Lennon — After gaining respect and adoration of youth everywhere through his music, Lennon used his fame to advocate for human rights and world peace.

Jackie Robinson — As the first black professional baseball player, Robinson pushed the traditional boundaries of sport.

Margaret Thatcher — The first female prime minister of the United Kingdom successfully led her country through multiple terms.

Pierre Trudeau — This Canadian prime minister led with flair, excitement and the simple dare to “just watch him.”

Mahatma Ghandi — His espousal of peace and acceptance are critical and needed aspects in all societies.

David Suzuki — Fierce supporter of all environmental causes, Suzuki preaches preservation of our planet.

Rosa Parks — Her simple action of refusing to move on a local bus was a cornerstone of the civil rights movement in the southern United States.

Suffragettes — Women around the world who fought diligently to obtain equal rights and the vote for women in the 20th Century.

Marie Curie — Her work in the field of medicine was a pioneering move for women.

 

 

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