|Famous speech by woman speakers in my mini-series of well-known or ordinairy people.
My criteria are simple and transparant to allow them to my little Hall of Fame here.
All ladies should have been involved in an engaging manner in social changes. Also they have a firm track-record of achievements in engraving betterments for cultural and social minority groups as they called it in formal language:
1. Coretta Scott King on the speech ideas non-discrimination and employment at the Introduction of the 1994 Employment Non-Discrimination Act, on June 23, 1994, in Washington D.C.
This is a good example of the use of inspiring and persuasive debating motions and perfect employed communicative skills.
And I also selected and annotated the next set of famous speech by woman lecturers for you that I think is worth it to study closely:
2. Susan B Anthony deals with on women’s right to vote and suffrage at the end of the 19th century. It is a excellent and effective personal narration build on logical reasoning and popular ideas in those days.
This was delivered in June 1873 at the United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C.
3. Sojourner Truths’ Ain’t I a Woman grandiose text was spoken in 1851 at the Women’s Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio. This famous speech by a woman is mainly based on controversial and religious subjects.
Pay special attention to the use of the repetition and narrative figures of the rhetorica in her tone of voice. I would say it is a perfect study case for students and instructors.
If you have suggestions for more on historical speech topics, just let me know. Do not hesitate to ringe me a bell in the mail box:-)
Because writers, and also amateurs and professionals can learn a lot from the organizational outline of highly noteworthy and coherent verbal expressions.
Just hop now to the form below and fill in the complete text of the presentation that made you cry, burst out in roaring laughs, drive you enthusiastic, get you motivated, made you crazy, or something like that …
Let your friends know why the performance kept your full attention all the way.
O, by thw way, I have a final note to consider. Perhaps you have already viewed some of the famous speech by woman videos I made. And read the comments of other honored guests on my site.
Well, than you agrre with me that most of the lines of sometimes more than fifty decades old are still very actual in modern days …
That is why they invented history – to learn and reflect on lessons of the past… :