Here's What Hillary Clinton Wants You to Remember This International Women's Day

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Clinton did not name Trump in her 15-minute speech.

Hillary Clinton is encouraging women to continue fighting during the bad Trump administration.

An advocate of Women's Rights more than anything else, Hillary Clinton was recently in NY to accept Girls Inc.'s Champion for Girls award.

She took to Snapchat on International Women's Day, March 8, 2017, to show off her brand new hairstyle.

'Our voices have always been vital but they have never been more vital than they are right now. "I've had my ups and my downs, in the last months I've done my share of sleeping, a little soul-searching and reflecting, long walks in the woods".

The former secretary of state said she has continued to practice the "discipline of gratitude", saying a "village" of support she's received has taught her that "it's OK to be OK, sometimes". I expected it to make me more angry at them, but it gave me an understanding of what they might have heard or experienced when he spoke. "They inspire me every day".

"Now, the truth is, life hands all of us setbacks", Clinton said to laughs and then cheers from the audience. One person said, "I'm just so struck by how precise Trump's technique is.' Another-a musical theater composer, actually-said that Trump created "hummable lyrics, ' while Clinton talked a lot, and everything she was was true and factual, but there was no 'hook" to it".

How did Russian Federation go from being best friend to Obama and the Clintons to America's boogieman in 2017? "Hillary Clinton spots new bob with bangs on International Women's Day [Image by Justin Sullivan/AP Images]"@HillaryClinton's new hair is a game changer".

In the final of her short video, Hillary wished women keep an optimism, persistence and resistance.

'If we are serious about building a better, stronger and fairer America, we need to be serious about supporting and nurturing our girls, ' she said at the New York Marriott Marquis hotel event.

"You know you're going to be subject to unfair and beside-the-point criticism", she said in response to a question on the difficulties of women running for office. "Let's help them shatter stereotypes and lift each other up", she said. They are the history-makers, the glass-ceiling breakers of tomorrow.

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