TEDxYouth@BIS - Kate Schlichte -- F.A.I.R.: Raising Awareness of Women's Rights through Song





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Published on Jun 19, 2012

Kate Schlichte is a bilingual grade five student, who loves to sing in both English and German. In fact, singing inspires her in every walk of life, in how she thinks and how she acts. When she travelled to Abu Dhabi, she realized how women and men hold different status from one other. She noticed that women seemed to do exactly what the men told them to do. In order to take action and make a difference, she created a song to make you aware of what equality looks like for men and women. She chose this topic, because she believes she has the right to speak about what influences her in the world.
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