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Famous Speeches by Women


Famous Speeches by Women

Famous Speeches by Women includes extracts, passages or lines from speech transcripts by women politicians, sports women, royalty and other influential women from different walks of life. The Famous Speeches by Women include interesting motivational speeches, persuasive and inspirational speeches. The text to the Famous Speeches by Women are free and provide useful information on a variety of subjects.

Famous Speeches by Women
Women have always been great orators, but women did not always have the opportunity to speak in public.

One of the most stirring and inspirational famous speeches by women was made hundreds of years ago, in 1588, by Queen Elizabeth I of England. Dressed in armor at Tilbury she spoke the inspirational words to her troops when England was threatened by the superior power of the Spanish Armada. Who can forget her words "...I know I have but the body of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart of a king, and of a king of England, too..." the Spanish Armada Speech by Queen Elizabeth I was a true inspiration to all women.

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Famous Speeches by Women

Anita Roddick Speech - Trading With Principles

Ann Richards Speech - 1988 DNC Keynote Address

Anna Howard Shaw Speech - The Fundamental Principle of a Republic

Beth Chapman Speech - Stand Up for America Rally

Carrie Chapman Catt Speech - The Crisis

Condoleezza Rice Speech - Republican National Convention

Courtney Love Speech - On Piracy and Music

Crystal Eastman Speech - Now We Can Begin

Eleanor Roosevelt Speech - What Libraries Mean To The Nation

Elizabeth Cady Stanton Speech - First Anniversary of the American Equal Rights Association

Erica Jong Speech - On Free Speech

Ernestine L. Rose Speech - An Address On Woman's Rights

Frances E. W. Harper Speech - Enlightened Motherhood

Golda Meir Speech - For the Attainment of Peace

Halle Berry Speech - Oscar Acceptance for Monster's Ball

Helen Keller Speech - Strike Against War

Hillary Clinton Speech - Women's Rights are Human Rights

Indira Gandhi Speech - Martin Luther King

Jane Fonda Speech - Broadcast Over Radio Hanoi To American Servicemen

Ladybird Johnson Speech - A Tribute to Eleanor Roosevelt

Lucretia Mott Speech - Discourse On Woman

Margaret Chase Smith Speech - Declaration of Conscience

Margaret Sanger Speech - The Morality of Birth Control

Marie Curie Speech - On the Discovery of Radium

Mary Church Terrell Speech - What it Means to be Colored in the U.S.

Mary Fisher Speech - A Whisper of AIDS

Mary Reynolds Speech - Her Days as a Slave

Maya Angelou Speech - On the Pulse of Morning

Mother Teresa Speech - Nobel Lecture Speech

Nancy Birdsall Speech - On Growth And Poverty Reduction

Oprah Winfrey Speech - 54th Annual EMMY Awards

Pearl Buck Speech - Nobel Lecture - The Chinese Novel

Princess Diana Speech - Responding To Landmines

Queen Elizabeth I Speech - The Spanish Armada

Queen Elizabeth II Speech - On the Death of Princess Diana

Sarah Brady Speech - Signing of the Brady Gun Control Bill

Shirley Chisholm Speech - Equal Rights For Women

Sojourner Truth Speech - Ain't I A Woman?

Susan B. Anthony Speech - After Being Convicted Of Voting In The 1872 Presidential Election

Ursula Le Guin Speech - A Left-Handed Commencement Address

Urvashi Vaid Speech - Gay Rights March On Washington

Victoria Woodhull Speech - And the Truth Shall Make You Free

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Famous Speeches by Women
The Famous Speeches by Women include those by celebrities, politicians and famous and significant people from history. The dialogues might be historical, motivational, persuasive, long or short, humorous or funny - women from all walks of life.. But each of these Famous Speeches by Women have made an impact. The women featured might be American, English or even Roman. The women might be alive today or are famous as great historical figures of the 19th century, 20th century or go back even further in time. But all of these Famous Speeches by Women have the same thing in common, they are all great speakers who use clear dialogue and language.

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