Cecile Richards: The political progress women have made — and what’s next | TED Talk

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Women have made enormous progress over the last century — challenging the status quo, busting old taboos and changing business from the inside out. But when it comes to political representation, there’s still a long way to go, says activist Cecile Richards. In this visionary talk, Richards calls for a global political revolution for women’s equality and offers her ideas for how we can build it.

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@cindygallop: "Women are recognizing this is our moment. Don’t wait for permission, don’t wait for your turn." @CecileRichards t.ted.com/4Ol2Ful

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@TEDTalks: "Women are recognizing this is our moment. Don’t wait for permission, don’t wait for your turn." @CecileRichards t.ted.com/4Ol2Ful

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@TEDTalks: Women have made enormous progress over the last century. Now, to achieve full equality, we need a women’s political revolution – one that’s intersectional, intergenerational, and leaves no one behind. Loved sharing ideas on how to build it at @tedtalks: ted.com/talks/cecile_r…

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@TEDTalks: "The most profound leadership in the world isn’t coming from halls of government. It’s coming from women at the grassroots all across the globe." @CecileRichards t.ted.com/GzcPE2T

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