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She speaks : the power of women's voices / Yvette Cooper.

By: Cooper, Yvette.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Atlantic Books, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 248 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781786499929; 1786499924.Other title: Power of women's voices | Power of womens voices.Subject(s): Speeches, addresses, etc | Public speaking for women | Women -- Social conditions | Women -- Political activityGenre/Form: Speeches.DDC classification: 808.85
Contents:
A woman's resolve / Boudica -- The heart and stomach of a king / Queen Elizabeth I -- I am a woman's rights / Sojournor Truth -- A voice in the wilderness / Josephine Butler -- Freedom or death / Emmeline Pankhurst -- An insult to mothers / Eleanor Rathbone -- The promise of a dream / Joan O'Connell -- There are so many silences to be broken / Audre Lorde -- The lady's not for turning / Margaret Thatcher -- On the pulse of morning / Maya Angelou -- The ethos of Islam in equality between the sexes / Benazir Bhutto -- The red light has gone on / Barbara Castle -- A message of hope and healing / Eva Kor -- Modernising the conservative party / Theresa May -- A world of beauty and wonder / Wangari Maathai -- I know who I am / Ellen Degeneres -- A door suddenly opened / Angela Merkel -- Get up there and get at it / Alison Drake -- No limbs no limits / Joanne O'Riordan -- He needs a mirror / Julia Gillard -- We should all be feminists / Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie -- Let us pick up our books and our pens / Malala Yousafzai -- Freedom without fear / Kavita Krishnan -- Being beautiful inside / Lupita Nyong'O -- Parliament must lead by example / Harriet Harman -- HeForShe / Emma Watson -- More in common / Jo Cox -- Britain has to play our part / Yvette Cooper -- When they go low, we go high / Michelle Obama -- Physics is fun / Donna Stickland -- Today I rise / Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- They are us / Jacinda Ardern -- We will not rest / Diane Abbott -- We are making history today / Lilit Martirosyan -- Let's start acting / Greta Thunberg.
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A powerful celebration of brilliant speeches by women throughout the ages, from Boudica to Greta Thunberg.'A treasure trove of trailblazers...' Cathy NewmanLooking at lists of the greatest speeches of all time, you might think that powerful oratory is the preserve of men. But the truth is very different - countless brave and bold women have used their voices to inspire change, transform lives and radically alter history.In this timely and personal selection of exceptional speeches, Yvette Cooper MP tells the rousing story of female oratory. From Boudica to Greta Thunberg and Margaret Thatcher to Malala, Yvette introduces each speech and demonstrates how powerful and persuasive oratory can be decidedly female. Written by one of our leading public voices, this is an inspirational call for women to be heard across the globe.

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A woman's resolve / Boudica -- The heart and stomach of a king / Queen Elizabeth I -- I am a woman's rights / Sojournor Truth -- A voice in the wilderness / Josephine Butler -- Freedom or death / Emmeline Pankhurst -- An insult to mothers / Eleanor Rathbone -- The promise of a dream / Joan O'Connell -- There are so many silences to be broken / Audre Lorde -- The lady's not for turning / Margaret Thatcher -- On the pulse of morning / Maya Angelou -- The ethos of Islam in equality between the sexes / Benazir Bhutto -- The red light has gone on / Barbara Castle -- A message of hope and healing / Eva Kor -- Modernising the conservative party / Theresa May -- A world of beauty and wonder / Wangari Maathai -- I know who I am / Ellen Degeneres -- A door suddenly opened / Angela Merkel -- Get up there and get at it / Alison Drake -- No limbs no limits / Joanne O'Riordan -- He needs a mirror / Julia Gillard -- We should all be feminists / Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie -- Let us pick up our books and our pens / Malala Yousafzai -- Freedom without fear / Kavita Krishnan -- Being beautiful inside / Lupita Nyong'O -- Parliament must lead by example / Harriet Harman -- HeForShe / Emma Watson -- More in common / Jo Cox -- Britain has to play our part / Yvette Cooper -- When they go low, we go high / Michelle Obama -- Physics is fun / Donna Stickland -- Today I rise / Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- They are us / Jacinda Ardern -- We will not rest / Diane Abbott -- We are making history today / Lilit Martirosyan -- Let's start acting / Greta Thunberg.