I recalled to mind something that happened to me in South Africa. So myself and
another delegate made it to the top of the hill to look at an archaeological dig where
they had taken out the remains of the oldest human being. And that’s why they call it the
Cradle of Humankind. There’s a beautiful young African woman who’s the head of the
dig. And she was telling us that she was the first African to ever be in charge of an
archaeological dig, and also what that meant because she came from a culture that was
patriarchal and normally men would be the head of something like this. She said, “I’m
digging for my ancestors; I want to find out where are they gone, where am I coming