The audience seems to be predominately women, and involved in politics, or related educational fields. Baker’s speech was to inform and inspire them. The final speech was, “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” delivered at the 1995 United Nation’s 4th World Conference on Women by First Lady Hillary Clinton. Her speech was about the rights and equality of women and that by bettering women’s lives it will bolster children and families too. Clinton’s speech to the UN World Conference on Women seems to be a perfectly tailored audience for her message, and that audience can heed her call to action if her speech inspires them.
She is the iconic womanly figure of what woman strive to be and she embodies the vision of earthly love. Modern day marketing companies use her name on products, in an effort to project an air of seduction, beauty and allure. In relation to Landau’s book, I personally asked plenty of my male friends for statistical research off course, asking what they think the best feature of a woman is. Not surprisingly, most men stated that one of the best features of a woman are
With all that said (even if she didn't deserve that credit she got and it would be better used elsewhere in Mary Seacole) she still had a huge influence on nursing and future improvements via Nightingale training school for nurses. Source 4 describes Nightingale as a 'ministering angel' whom filled every fellows face with gratitude with the sight of her. However this source is from the times newspaper who would later be the main force behind the Nightingale fund (as well as already funding her scheme) and the writer would undoubtedly be William Russell (the first journalist to report on war time) who was an avid supporter of Nightingale meaning that the source may have been influenced by this causing it to become corrupt. Although true and supported by almost all reports that she worked with extreme devotion and dedication as well as being known as 'the lady with the lamp' through this dedication in serving the soldiers nearly 24/7, the source does not refer to her improvements of medical care, only how Nightingale influenced the soldiers mentally. Source 5 much like source 4 supports Nightingale.
JFK's wife, Jacqueline Kennedy influenced women everywhere with her style and grace. "The first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy brought beauty and life to the white house, she worried diligently to protect her family and she was admired by women everywhere (Kenney, 69)" Jacqueline was young and bright, her work towards making the white house a home and her beautiful style causing millions to stop and stare. "America liked Kennedy and his family because his wife Jacqueline was a philanthropist , the president supported civil rights and wanted to move the country away from racial segregation to let every American have equal freedom (Randall, 581)" Kennedy believed that all races should be treated the same. "The greatest leader of our time has been struck down by the foulest deed of our time (Johnson, 584)" Kennedy was an amazing leader of the free world, and Americas darkest day was when Kennedy was assassinated. "The
During the progressive movement, the roles of women were amazingly revolutionized. Women began the fight for equality, and venture to convince the people that they as “women” can bring a lot to the country with their involvement. Although Women were not allowed to vote, they still were able to create many public policies and institutions that we still enjoy today. They were successful in promoting the suffrage movement, improving educational opportunities, winning laws that delegated minimum wage and maximum work hours for female workers, putting an end to child labor, and also implementing many public and social welfare programs. One of the major changes to American women's lives came from the suffrage movement.
In the Declaration of Sentiments, Stanton lays out a number of issues and grievances to her audience. The speech demanded that women be given the same respect in society as men at the time. “Such has been the patient sufferance of the women under this government, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to demand
I expect to pay the utmost respect for all the big sisters in Alpha Kappa Delta Phi in any place and time. In a closed, confined area I presume all the big sisters want to be addressed properly by their pledge name. In a public area, I am expected to acknowledge all sisters with a subtle left-handed gesture over the heart. I expect to respect all big sisters of Alpha Kappa Delta Phi as if they were all my blood and respectability is what I’ll fulfill. Time management is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity.
Equal opportunity, equal right to vote, equal pay, and all around equality is what they demanded. But feminism was not only found at suffrage rallys or Grange meetings, it made its way in to every medium, including literature. A bit more subtle than rallys and protests, short stories were an effective tool for a feminist with the disposition for exposition. Among these women wordsmiths were Charlotte Perkins Gilman, author of "The Yellow Wallpaper", and Sarah Orne Jewett who wrote "A White Heron". Both of these stories focus on the horrid state of women during the late 19th Century and subtley push for feminism.
It is specifically directed to a young female audience, with the purpose of creating consciousness and awareness to these girls and showing them that no matter their age or their gender, there is always a way to fight for rights and equality. Before writing this text I investigated about Malala and discovered important facts and quotes, which helped me a lot to the creation of the speech. It was a really interesting exercise because I had the chance of combining what I felt with Malala’s point of view. Through this speech I learned about different atrocious cases that had a great impact on me; this impact is reflected in this text and expresses my emotions and certainly my opinion about the problematic. The speech is written in first person through a formal tone, however there are some informal expressions, which are essential to show the sincerity of the content.
Women and Armed Conflict I. Global commitments The Beijing Platform for Action recognized that peace was inextricably linked to equality between women and men and development, and emphasized that women’s full involvement in all efforts for the prevention and resolution of armed conflicts was essential for the promotion and maintenance of peace and security. The Platform for Action set out six strategic objectives. Increase the participation of women in conflict resolution at decision-making levels and protect women living in situations of armed and other conflicts or under foreign occupation; Reduce excessive military expenditures and control the availability of armaments; Promote non-violent forms of conflict resolution and reduce the incidence of human rights abuse in conflict situations; Promote women's contribution to fostering a culture of peace; Provide protection, assistance and training to refugee women, other displaced women in need of international protection and internally displaced women; and Provide assistance to the women of the colonies and non-self-governing territories. Since the Fourth World Conference in 1995 there have been remarkable developments in terms of expansion of the international normative and policy framework on issues related to women and armed conflict, including in the United Nations Security Council.