Former actress Meghan Markle is now best known as the Duchess of Sussex, the wife of British royal Prince Harry, and in this role she has spoken out on behalf of women all over the world. But her fight for gender equality and equal access to education dates back to when she was 11 years old. After seeing a dish soap commercial that showed only women doing housework, she wrote to the company asking that they change their slogan — "women all over America are fighting greasy pots and pans" — by replacing the word “women” with “people.” The company obliged, and since that early taste of activism, Markle has given speeches and written essays in support of women’s rights all over the world. With this quote, she reminds anyone who has ever been made to feel inferior that we are all good enough, exactly as we are.
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