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Published on Mar 13, 2010
(Part 2) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talked about giving voice to the voiceless during her speech at the Women in the World conference tonight, and as voices go, Meryl Streep's wasn't a bad way to start. Streep portrayed one of seven extraordinary real-life women whose stories are dramatized in the play SEVEN, about the struggle for women's rights around the world. The play is a product of the Vital Voices Global Partnership and was written in the wake of the 1995 women's conference in Beijing, when Clinton famously declared "women's rights are human rights, human rights are women's rights."