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From The Eloquent Woman Index: 8 famous commencement speeches by women

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Is a speech any less eloquent when you borrow a voice? Gabrielle Giffords's two-part resignation--this video, plus a letter read by a congressional colleague--is our Famous Speech Friday this week. Click through to read what you can learn from this famous speech.

Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg often speaks about the challenges of working women and mothers, as she did in this well-received commencement address at Barnard College. Part of The Eloquent Woman blog's "Famous Speech Friday" series.

Women of God can never be like Women of the World.

Former Yahoo! CEO Carol Bartz talks to graduates about failure--and why they should embrace it--in this plainspoken commencement speech. Our Famous Speech Friday post on The Eloquent Woman blog--with lessons you can learn from this speech.

During her time as First Lady, Hillary Clinton's UN speech, "women's rights are human rights," was a game-changer--delivered in China, where human rights violations persist today. From The Eloquent Woman blog's "Famous Speech Friday" series.

Lady Gaga's speech at Rome Europride 2011 was surprisingly formal for her in some ways. An amazing speech with her signature huge audiences. Part of The Eloquent Woman's "Famous Speech Friday" series.

Famous Speech Friday: Hillary Clinton's statement on 9/11 killing of Americans in Libya. Click through for video and tips on what you can learn from this famous speech.

The Eloquent Woman: Famous Speech Friday: Maria Shriver on "The Power of the Pause" -- a commencement speech that's a good reminder for all of us.