The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes The Speech that Made Obama 4 months ago   06:42

Kim Seong Lee
She addressed a UN Meeting on issue of environment

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Jasper Nez
If I was given three problem, the problems are pollution, property, and population. You are to pick the first one, and have fix others later in life. For me I would pick population, because people are blinded, lost, confused, judgmental, selfish, ignorance, ego, pride, anger, revenge. All these things are cause by our emotion, that everyone must know their self. Before we make a our own action. It like the Domino effect, then people will understand each other. And fix the world.
Big Time the Magic Groover
This is silly.
nicole purdie
This makes me sad.
Umakanta Bairibad
2019 anyone ?
A talented Maori
The time for revolution is at hand, it is an act that starts within ourselves!
Isabella CHAN
Vijay Sharma
Vijay Sharma
Me I hallp you
Danielle Cox
Is that AOC? When she was younger
Snap Dragon
She is 19 now
2019 like if in 2019
i wasnt silent
James Couch
Unfortunately greed has the upper hand...until mother nature has had enough.
Kristellyn Tornalejo
2019, still watching this wonderful speech
Matthias Guenther
bull shit
Amy Elizabeth
Je Lu
Sedna S
Long Live Trump
Don't fight babylon. You will die. Pity them.
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The Speech that Made Obama The girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes 4 months ago   06:13

In 2004, a one-term senator from Illinois took the stage to deliver the keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention in Boston. By the time Barack Obama had finished speaking, Democrats across the country knew they had seen the future of their party.

Political speech experts featured in this episode include:

Michael A. Cohen
Author, Live From The Campaign Trail

Mario Cuomo
Former Governor of New York

Robert Lehrman
Chief Speechwriter for Vice President Gore and Professor of Speechwriting, American University

Charlton McIlwain
Professor of Communication, New York University

Jeff Shesol
Speechwriter for President Clinton and Founding Partner, West Wing Writers

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