Michelle Obama does not fail to jump right into the hot topic that she wants to discuss, Donald Trump’s scandal. She starts off by talking about some of her duties as “The First Lady”, and mentions the duty she had a few days prior when she was working with young women who were having to fight for equal rights for their education, as well as their freedom in its entirety. Michelle described the positive feelings she got from visiting with these young ladies, which left her happy audience to quickly have a change in attitude when she described the hurtful and hateful words about women from Trump during the campaign. Due to her quick switch from the high hopes of fighting for women’s equality to Trump’s words, this showed her audience that women’s rights will not progress with such a man in power. As she describes Trump’s words as “bragging about sexual assault”, she does not fail to
It Was Rape is a documentary that showcases eight stories from women who have been raped at some point in their life. All of the women have diverse stories and are speaking out about their experience to help others become aware of what is happening in society. All of the women are able to recall their molestation vividly and are scarred from the incident. Many of the women in the film are active in programs or websites that aid in the process of helping people become aware of rape. These women took their own experience and turned it into a way to help other victims.
Oprah’s acceptance speech for the Cecile B. Demille award during the 2018 Golden Globe, became a topic of conversation after the annual film and television awards show. Her speech served as an attempt to shed light on the systemic inequalities implanted in our society, including the entertainment industry. She dealt with topics such as racism and sexual abuse and was determined to share a message that the time for those concerns are up. She also utilizes this opportunity to establish her affiliation with the “Me-too” and “Times’s up” movements, which are intended to empower women by making sexual abuse a public conversation. Although the speech may be generally acknowledged, some may have dissimilar reactions.
The speech was personal for Queen Elizabeth but was also written to address a large group of people. The purpose of her speech was to explain and inform the people listening about what was happening inside the family of Diana. She also wanted people to remember Diana about how she lived, not how she died. Her majesty wanted the audience to feel like they could relate to the people who were close to Diana. Her speech was effective considering it was said by Diana’s ex-mother-in-law so she is a credible source to listen to about because she personally knew her.
While she is trying to get a plan of marrying anyone she wants, she helps people she goes through lots of experiences. For these experiences she starts being less selfish and self-centered. Some of these experiences include getting a little sister, seeing other people work and how she doesn’t have to, and lastly is being the lord's daughter and not getting a choice of marriage because of it.
The speech given by Virginia Woolf to a branch of the National Society for Women’s service on January 21, 1931 illustrating what a female writer must go through in order to be successful. Instead of standing before the women and explaining how difficult her journey was, she downplays her experiences and does so in order to convince the women how easy her profession of writing has been. By doing this, she creates a gap between herself and the audience, one that requires the audience to be open-minded and to look at women’s jobs through a different lense. Throughout the essay, she widens the gap, but then closes the gap in order to create common ground with the audience that will help her audience better relate to her ideas. Woolf opens her speech by completely coming out and describing how easy her job of being a journalist/writer is; this is the first step of her widening the gap between the audience and herself.
Winfrey’s final paragraph summarises her point as well as what she’s tried to do throughout her career. “To say how we experience shame, how we love and how we rage, how we fail, how we retreat, persevere and how we overcome.” The word ‘we’ allows Winfrey to group herself with not only the celebrities in the direct audience, but everyone else watching at home. This makes people feel that her point is relevant to themselves as an individual, thus making them more inclined to agree. The repetition of the word ‘we’ only reinforces the relevancy of her point to every member of the
For example, at the Women’s March 2018 many empowering, famous women showed up and talked about the women's issues constantly occurring nowadays. Within those speeches they told their stories of struggle, courage and bravery. During those speeches, one stood out particularly, that was the speech of Viola Davis. Davis starts out telling past history of America’s struggle, then transitioning
73), prompting Mika to explain the reason for meeting. Assuming the couple has completed an intake form, the social worker would add that she got some information from the form, but she would like to know the reason for meeting in the couple’s “own words” (Diller, 2007, p. 167). The social worker would assure the couple that she wants to understand exactly what is going on (Diller, 2007). Since Mika is a voluntary client, she might be able to identify areas of concern more readily. Once she establishes the reason for the visit, the social worker could invoke an affirmation, another technique suggested by MI (Phillips et al., 2012).
To give recognition to divine person, Mother’s day is celebrated worldwide. Grab the chance to know her how you are attached with her. And still you are not prepared for how to celebrate Mother’s day, let us give you the tricks. Here are important A’s to speak out all your emotions in front of your lovely mother. This is a kind approach to let her know how special lady she is in your life.