Rebecca Walker is a leading thinker in identity, human families, feminism and culture. Her approach to such complex topics is relatable and inspiring, inviting audiences to confront issues and engage in self-reflection. As a mother, friend and daughter she holds a hard-earned wisdom and distinct sophistication. Walker is a strong voice for women and humanity, speaking openly and honestly.
Walker discusses the origins of Third Wave Feminism. The organization was founded when there was a general feeling that feminism was dead. Feminism is based solely in equality, and should never be considered old-fashioned or outdated. While woman hold basic rights, and they must drive forward with power and presence. The glass ceiling is a relevant and current subject which must be acknowledged, and then abolished.