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Pharrell Williams: Imagine Equality
Pharrell Williams: Imagine Equality
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Pharrell Williams: Imagine Equality

Pharrell Williams - Imagine the Possibilities

Pharrell Williams sings the praises of the rising generation's commitment to gender equality, and asks them to imagine the possibilities of the world they will create.


"Don't be invisible. Side bar, the days of being an anonymous activist or or a participant are over. Engage and inspire, whether on an individual level or loudly within your communities. The world that you will live in will be a lot better for it. This is the first generation that navigates the world with the security and the confidence to treat women as equal.

"You guys and gals are the first ever. I'm going to say that again. You guys are the first ever. Our country has never seen this before, and it makes some people uncomfortable, but still I say, just imagine the possibilities."

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