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CSPAN
Oct 11, 2014 1:28am EDT
notice that hillary clinton is giving a speech in china. i had studied mandarin in beijing so he knew how powerful it was for a first lady to give the this speech about women's rights in beijing to the world. i just kick myself because i didn't know about the conference. i was invited to the conference. i wasn't participating in this national and worldwide conversation and i thought i need to get involved in politics. so i call a friend. she should join a women's leadership forum page on him to go to my first meeting. i have to pay a thousand dollars to join. that was my rent check back th then. i did it and i go to this party and she's looking out in the audience. i feel like she's talking straight to me and she says decisions are being made every day in washington and if you are not part of his decisions and you don't like what they decide you have no one to blame but yourself. i'm standing there in the back of the room sweating thinking she's talking to me, she's talking to me. i really felt like she had zeroed in to my core and i felt like this was my moment i have to get involved
CSPAN
Sep 13, 2014 11:00pm EDT
being is giving a speech in china. now issue had been an asian studies major and studied man do rain are rein so -- mandarin so i knew how important it was for our first lady to give this speech. i wasn't invited to the conference. i wasn't participating in this national and worldwide conversation, and i thought, nice to get involved in politics. so, i called a friend blows mom was involved, and she said, join a women's group in new york city, the women's leadership forum. go now first mideasting -- i have to pay a thousand dollars to join. that was my rent check bag then but that's the only advice i was given so i did it. guy to the fancy party, and hillary is our speaker and is looking into the audience and i'm the youngest by ten or 20 years, and she says, decisions are being made every day in washington. and if you are not part of those decisions and you don't like what they decide, you have no one to blame but yourself. and i'm standing there the back of the room and sweating, thinking, she is talking to me. i have to do something about it. and i really felt lying she had zeroed in
CSPAN
Sep 14, 2014 6:45pm EDT
speech in china. now, i had been an asian studies major at dartmouth, i had studied mandarin in beijing, so i knew how powerful it was for our first lady to give this speech about women's rights in beijing to the world. and i just kicked myself because i didn't know about the conference, i wasn't invited to the conference, i wasn't participating in this national and worldwide conversation. and i thought i need to get involved in politics. so i called a friend whose mom was involved, and she said join our women's group in new york city, the women's leadership forum. i joined. i go to my first meeting, i have to pay a thousand dollars to join. that was my rent check back then. but that's the only advice i was given, so i did it. i go to this fancy party, and hillary's our speaker, and she's looking out into the audience. and there's about a hundred women, and i'm by far the youngest by about 10-20 years. and i feel like she's talking straight to me, and she says decisions are being made every day in washington, and if you are not part of those decisions and you don't like what they decide
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)