Hillary Rodham Clinton ; S Speech: Women's Rights Are Human Rights?

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Women’s rights are human rights “‘Women’s rights are human rights’ is a phrase used in the women’s rights movement and is the name of a speech given by Hillary Rodham Clinton, at the time the First Lady of the United States, on September 5, 1995, at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing” (Gertrude). Hillary Rodham Clinton, is an American politician and also she is the wife of the 42nd President of the Unites States, William Bill Clinton. Now, she is a candidate in the 2016 Presidential election of the United States. We know in all ages, the women have been ignored a lot. They have no rights to participate in political life and thus having no dignity. The speaker Clinton struggled against it and fight for her rights. I think that’s why she participated in political life actively. In her speech, she first points out the problem that though many women are trying to fight for their rights, most people ignore them and look down upon them by presenting her experience of the different women. Then, the speaker draws forth the theme that we should speak for the women and lists the important functions that the women have on our society and families. At last, the speaker makes her topic clearer which is women’s rights are human’s rights by listing the pathetic of the women and explaining the women’s rights are a constituent part in human’s rights. The purpose of the speech is to appeal to human to pay more attention to the women’s rights because women’s
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