The structure of a TED talk requires a presenter to convey messages with efficiency and clarity and in a manner that connects to the live audience. In listening to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TEDx talk, I found myself laughing with the audience at some of her lines, but losing the thread of her argument. Thanks to an adaption of that talk for print with the same title, We Should All Be Feminists
, I got to read the talk twice and appreciate even more her careful word selection and the cogency of her point of view. This is a poignant message that would provide ideal material for a conversation starter about gender in schools and in the workplace.
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