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The Ashley Murphy speech on HIV is on how to be extraordinary and use your voice for good. At the young age of 17, the high school student has already been speaking publicly about being HIV positive for seven years. At 16 she joined the We Day tour, which is international charity and educational partner Free the Children's signature youth empowerment event. Along with other We Day speakers like Magic Johnson and Martin Luther King III, the speaker motivates others to overcome their challenges and use them to help other people. As a speaker, she has traveled around the world to spread this message.
In addition to speaking out about the HIV stigma, she also advocates for issues including bullying and mental health.
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Ashley Murphy's Speech on HIV on Self-Acceptance and Being Extraordinary
In her speech on HIV, Ashley Murphy explains how to be extraordinary. The teenager and student is HIV positive and shares her story in an effort to encourage others to use their voice.