- Who gets to be angry? Well said: "When women are angry, we are wanting too much or complaining or wasting time or focusing on the wrong things or we are petty or shrill or strident or unbalanced or crazy or overly emotional. Race complicates anger. Black women are often characterized as angry simply for existing, as if anger is woven into our breath and our skin."
- Go #TackaNej: That's the hashtag for a campaign in Sweden and Norway, where men are refusing to participate in panels that do not include women speakers.
- Did you miss? This week, Famous Speech Friday shared Margaret Sanger's 1929 self-silencing speech. And since we use the word 'famous' a lot here on the blog, we also looked at Blindspot: When it comes to women, how famous is famous?
- About the quote: Wisdom from IBM CEO Ginny Rometty. Find more quotes like this one on our Pinterest board of great quotes by eloquent women.
Monday, July 11, 2016
If you want to keep up with my wide-ranging reading list about women and speaking in real time, follow The Eloquent Woman on Facebook where these links are posted all week long--or just head here on Mondays, where I summarize them all for you. Either way, you'll be expanding your understanding of women and speaking: