Small but mighty.
When the slight figure of Dr. Jane Goodall appeared on the stage at College Park Center, University of Texas Arlington, she received a standing ovation. It seemed as though the entire audience, which was huge, sprang to their feet simultaneously. The crowd hushed when she began to speak in a conversational tone, with no notes and no teleprompter. She was completely engaged, and each member of the audience was hanging on her every word.
College Park Center at UT Arlington on March 31!
You can see her cow and chimp on the table next to her
In 1960, when she was 26 years old, Jane Goodall went to Africa to study chimpanzees. She did not have a university degree, but she had plenty of determination. Dr Goodall was armed with a notebook, a pair of binoculars, and her mother as a chaperone as she set up her tent near a group of chimps in Gombe Forest, Tanzania. The rest is history, and if you are not aware that Jane Goodall went fo[……]