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March 18, 2017


March 8 was International Women’s Day and the past week, I’ve heard great speeches from Michelle Obama, Anne Hathaway, and Hillary Clinton on their individual women’s rights advocacies.

Now, listen to their beautiful words:

Michelle Obama on the first anniversary of “Let Girls Learn” on International Women’s Day

Video Credit: PBS News Hour Youtube Channel


Anne Hathaway, UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, on paid parental leave at the UN Observance of International Women’s Day 2017

Video Credit: United Nations Youtube Channel


Girls Inc. honors Hillary Clinton on International Women’s Day 2017

Video Credit: Channel90seconds Newscom Youtube Channel


Photo from UN Women


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