We are celebrating Women’s History Month in March by recognizing some of the famous women speakers and their famous speeches. We hope you will join us in honoring the Women throughout History who have stood up and spoken up to improve the lives of others. Women’s History Month is dedicated to bring more awareness of the impact that women have had and continue to have on shaping our lives and world as it is today.
These famous women speakers have stood up in the face of opposition and even death threats to be heard so that others might gain their rights and freedom. They are an inspiration to all of us in their courage and passion for bringing about change. Their words will be remembered and have a lasting impact long after they are gone.
Sharing my passion for speaking by helping presenters give voice to their passions and bring their gifts to the world is my way of making a difference, just as these famous women speakers did.
“There really is nothing more important to me than striving to be a good human being.” Oprah Winfrey
Over the centuries there have been many famous women speakers, some of whom have had an impact – locally or globally. The ones below have impacted me personally.
Some of my Favorite Famous Women Speakers and Speeches are:
- Maya Angelou – On The Pulse Of Morning
Elizabeth Cady Stanton – First Anniversary of the American Equal Rights Association
- Hillary Clinton – Women’s Rights Are Human Rights
- Shirley Chisolm – Equal Rights For Women
- Sojourner Truth – Ain’t I A Woman?
- Eleanor Roosevelt – What Libraries Mean To The Nation
- Oprah Winfrey – 54th Annual EMMY Awards
Who would you add to this list?
I encourage you to take some time to read these speeches and learn about these and other famous women at Speeches by Famous Women – click HERE
Please comment and share below about your favorite famous women speakers and speeches.