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Embrace every experience as something that will eventually be useful. It might not be obvious, but it’s a good way to go through life.

JIMMY CHIN
Professional climber and Academy Award-winning co-director of Free Solo; MUSE keynote speaker, Jan. 23

When millions and then billions of people make ethical choices—what we buy, what we eat, what we wear—then the cumulative effect starts moving us to a better world.

JANE GOODALL
Primatologist and conservationist; S.J. Quinney College of Law guest speaker, Oct. 4, 2019

Nature is resilient. If you give it a chance, it comes back.

MAYA LIN
Artist and designer best known for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial; Tanner Lecture, Nov. 20, 2019

WE CAN ALL COME TOGETHER IN THE SPIRIT OF NOT WANTING TO BE THE THINGS WE’RE ASHAMED OF.

AISHA MOODIE-MILLS
CNN Political Commentator, LGBTQ influencer, and social impact advisor; MLK Week keynote speaker, Jan 24

For me, the best part of nonfiction filmmaking is that you actually don’t know what’s going to happen next.

CHAI VASARHELYI
Documentary filmmaker and Academy Award-winning co-director of Free Solo; MUSE keynote speaker, Jan. 23

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