Beyonce and her inspiring speech for "Dear Class of 2020": "Keep on being the voice of the voiceless" Beyonce and her inspiring speech for "Dear Class of 2020": "Keep on being the voice of the voiceless"

Beyonce and her inspiring speech for "Dear Class of 2020": "Keep on being the voice of the voiceless"

"Queen B" filled with informed and leading instruction the speech that she was invited to give and, nevertheless, was full of sweetness.

To give a speech to a class that is receiving its degree, it is necessary to have conviction so that in some way the objective is achieved: To reach the minds of the graduates.

Beyonce, a cosmopolitan black woman in a male-dominated industry, is an inexhaustible source of self-improvement experiences that will have the desired result.

Beyonce: "Keep on being the voice of the voiceless"

Thank, a word that is often forgotten along the way and that takes us away from humility, because one is not only due to the effort that is printed at each moment of life, but to each hand extended during the journey and this was reflected in the singer among his lines.

"Dear Graduates: Remember to take a little time to thank your family members and the community that has been a great support system for you (...) You are accomplishing things that your parents and grandparents could never imagine on their own. You are the answer to a generation of prayers. "

Regarding her personal experience in the world of music, she explained:

"The entertainment business is still very macho, it is still very male dominated and as a woman I did not see enough female role models to follow if given the opportunity to do what I knew I had to do (…) There were not enough Black women sitting at the table, so I had to go cut that wood and build my own table. "

Regarding the protests over the murder against George Floyd Beyonce she commented:

"Look at what they have been able to do in the last 14 days, we have seen the power of the collective. We have seen what happens when we unite for the same cause. Please continue to be the voice of those who have no voice."

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