Tracee Ellis Ross: A woman's fury holds lifetimes of wisdom
Tracee Ellis Ross: A fúria de uma mulher carrega vidas inteiras de sabedoria
Tracee Ellis Ross is the star of the ABC comedy series “Black-ish” and an influential voice in the modern conversation around equality, respect, beauty and feeling empowered in your skin. Full bio
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she was at the post office.
ela estava nos correios.
as it is around the holidays,
porque era final de ano,
estava bem concentrada.
someone moved her out of the way --
a retirou do caminho:
and moved her out of the way.
e a deslocou de sua posição.
that she was blocking,
que ela estava bloqueando,
maybe he didn't, she didn't hear it ...
talvez não, ela não ouviu...
preenchendo o formulário.
she was filling out the form.
e ela estava sendo retirada do caminho.
there were hands on her,
that she could not explain:
explicar tomou conta dela.
ir atrás dele e gritar com ele".
sobre essa fúria,
even in her telling of it,
sobre por que, só de ouvi-la contar,
tanto sobre essa palavra e sentimento.
that I was hearing a lot about lately.
a little bit uncomfortable.
um pouco desconfortáveis.
that I have been chomping on
que estou tentando digerir
presidencial dos EUA.
helping themselves to women's bodies
das mulheres sem consentimento.
helping themselves to women,
que se apoderam de mulheres
so I can get to the fries" --
as batatas fritas";
are wondering what the connection is
qual é a conexão entre inócuo e terrível:
on opposite ends of the spectrum.
em extremidades opostas do espectro.
for the horrific.
with the effects of both
com os efeitos dos dois
está falando ao telefone,
e o arranca da sua mão?
and just takes it out of your hand?
porque ficou tão incomodado,
I don't know why you're getting so upset,
as soon as I'm done.
that cell phone out of your hands --
pega esse celular da sua mão,
"Ah, sabe, sua capinha é legal"
you got a fancy case,"
taken it out of your pocket,"
the person who took the cell phone.
sobre a pessoa que pegou o celular.
themselves, that it's like ...
are fundamentally less moral,
blind spot for most men.
ponto cego para a maioria deles.
discomfort and distress,
of our mothers' lives,
lidando com homens
than we know for ourselves,
mais que nós mesmas.
the fate of our lady parts;
o destino de nossas partes íntimas.
for love and objects of desire,
para o amor e como objetos de desejo,
e usá-los como quisermos.
and use as we choose;
we play by their rules or not,
que, seguindo as regras ou não,
as property that can be hit and hurt,
que podem ser agredidas e feridas,
deserving of respect;
the anger of our bodies.
a revolta em nossos corpos.
we start to rationalize,
por homens, racionalizamos,
something, and I didn't hear him.
to think that we are overreacting
para acharem que estão exagerando
muito sensíveis ou irracionais.
e engolimos os sentimentos de fúria.
some hidden place in our minds,
oculto em nossas mentes,
as we practice our smiles --
enquanto treinamos os sorrisos:
"Yes, yes, of course,"
mulheres não devem ficar zangadas.
aren't supposed to get angry.
diretamente nos dirigir ou expressar
or express our indignation,
they can help themselves to our bodies,
se apoderar de nossos corpos,
at the post office
inofensivo nos correios
of women's experiences
de experiências femininas
that we're overreacting
que estamos exagerando
to change men's bad behavior.
mudar o mau comportamento dos homens.
within this particular window
juntos nesse espaço,
towards women's equality,
rumo à igualdade das mulheres,
that does not yet exist,
um futuro que ainda não existe,
and be of service to change.
uma mulher e estar a serviço da mudança.
seguros de identificação
to be afraid of.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERTracee Ellis Ross - Actress, performance artist, motivational speaker
Tracee Ellis Ross is the star of the ABC comedy series “Black-ish” and an influential voice in the modern conversation around equality, respect, beauty and feeling empowered in your skin.
Why you should listen
Tracee Ellis Ross, a global influencer with a cross-cultural and joyful point of view, is a co-founding signatory of the Time's Up movement. In November 2017, she gave a powerful speech that went viral about dismantling expectations and claiming your own life at Glamour's Women of the Year Summit.
When Ross was Emmy-nominated for her work on Black-ish in 2016, it made her the first black woman in 30 years to garner a nomination in the category and only one in five all-time. She's the recipient of multiple NAACP Image awards and nominations for her work. You also may spot her as the host of many award shows, including Black Girls Rock! and the 2017 American Music Awards, where her heart, humor and style are on full blast.
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