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The 200 Women Who Rock - The List

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Helping to make a difference for gender parity, the organizers of International Women's Day work with people, governments and organizations around the world to effect change.  We at WEXT wanted to do our part to highlight the on-going efforts of IWD.

To get your own copy of the list of the 200 Women Who Rock, click here for the PDF.

Once we were inside the Top Ten of the 200 Women Who Rock countdown, some listeners remarked about the inspirational speeches from some of the world's leading female figures throughout history.  Where'd we get those words?  Visit this link to Marie Claire's UK website. To hear the speeches brought to life, scroll down a bit.

The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Emmeline Pankhurst, ‘Freedom or Death’ (1913)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Elizabeth I, ‘Speech to the Troops at Tilbury’ (1588)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Hillary Clinton, ‘Women’s Rights Are Human Rights’ (1995)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Sojourner Truth, ‘Ain’t I A Woman’ (1851)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Nora Ephron, ‘Commencement Address To Wellesley Class Of 1996’ (1996)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Aung San Suu Kyi, ‘Freedom From Fear’ (1990)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Gloria Steinem, ‘Address to the Women of America’ (1971)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Julia Gillard, ‘The Misogyny Speech’ (2012)
The 200 Women Who Rock - The List
Maya Angelou, ‘On the Pulse of Morning’ (1993)