I had never heard of Mallence Bart-Williams until I saw the first five minutes of this Ted Talk, which my sister sent me yesterday.  In this talk, her quiet anger is captivating. Her deep, slow voice gripped me in a way that gave me the choice to stop listening but I didn’t, and I couldn’t.  I’ll let her speak for herself. The approach to how to solve black people and invariably, the world’s problems is the one consistent thing my man and I argue about.  He’s more stay low/calm and keep firing with action and I’m more raise the roof and discomfort people.  This is the first time I’ve seen that you can do both at the same time.

// Comments (5)
  • Hlengiwe says:

    This is amazing! Her tone is so haunting and message challenging, thanks for sharing this, Milli.

  • Lebza Shi says:

    Powerful in all ways! A black Afrikan female voice (and the other sense-ful voice) sharing her care for the world. The time for begging is over. We have to reclaim our power. Thank you for sharing this inspiration Miss Milli B.

  • Amy-Rae R says:

    I love your website because you keep educating us.

    This intelligent women with that husky voice -speaking truths that run deep – Why have I NEVER heard of her. Why?

    I want to be just like her.

    thank you for sharing

  • kaul marie-christiane says:

    I have been so inspired by Mallence and heard about her just 2 days ago. In fact, an old friend shared an extract of the Ted Talk video and After that, i wanted to know more about this lady. I’m thankful to have heard her msg and definitely need to move to more doing than just saying

  • waleed hegazi says:

    a hard lesson was given to them in their own room

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