Come women’s day and you get bombarded with wishes, preacher texts, special discount coupons, one or the other powerful viral video depicting the spirit of women. Take a break.
Yeah, we understand that you may be not in the mood for any more speeches on Women’s Day. However, not every speech is boring and yawn-inducing. Well-spoken words do have a great impact on society for ages and the fact will remain true for times to come as well.
As you usher in Women’s Day, do take out some time to listen to some the most powerful and moving speeches on women empowerment. We bet it will change your perspective and will make you ponder for a while:
- Sheryl Sandberg:
For those of you not aware, Sheryl is COO of Facebook and world’s leading technology executive of our times. Watch the 48-year-old belting out some serious advice on women empowerment at the workplace.
- Sushmita Sen:
Actress, model, Miss Universe, a single mother of two girls, Sushmita Sen is an epitome of breaking the stereotype norms of our society. A few years ago, Sushmita made an impassioned speech after walking the ramp for designer Manish Malhotra’s show – ‘Empowerment Of The Girl Child.’ Let’s hear it again!
- Oprah Winfrey:
Well, who does not know about Oprah Winfrey! Born in poverty to an accidental mother at the age of 14 to one of the world’s leading figure and North America’s first multi-billionaire black person, Oprah sure has lots to share. Her speech at the 2018 Golden Globes award is something you need to hear right now!
- Malala Yousafzai:
Life of this youngest and first Nobel Peace Prize laureate from Pakistan is no less than an inspiration in itself. This young fierce girl gave a powerful moving speech at the United Nations that manages to leave us spellbound everytime we hear it.
- Emma Watson:
This 27-year-old British actress, best known for her role in “Harry Potter” series and “Beauty And The Beast,” moved the world when she addressed UN Headquarters in New York City to launch the UN Women campaign HeForShe. Her simple and relatable thoughts about feminism are definitely worth to give a thought on Women’s Day.