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Anna Grigoryan, an AUA graduate (BA EC 2018), translated Ngozi’s talk into Armenian; it was published into the Feminist Pocketbook Series in 2019. Read the article on its publication:
TED Talk: “We Should All Be Feminists” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi
TED Talk: Lessons about Tradition from a little brown bag | Rita Barreto Craig — on the benefits of tradition in the business world.