Author and journalist Tina Brown called Hillary Clinton's loss in the 2016 presidential election “a wake up call for feminism.”
"It's as if suddenly there's this huge wake-up call, really, for feminism, a kind of rejuvenated feminism, where women are saying it's up to us to man the barricades of social justice and figure out how we can now have a game plan to go forward," she told CNN’s Brian Stelter on Sunday.
Brown explained Clinton’s loss had “motivated women in a way that her campaign never quite managed to ignite," and that since the election of President Donald Trump, women had been looking for "a way forward."
Brown, who founded the Women in the World Summit, was former editor at The Daily Beast.
Clinton is scheduled to speak at the 8th annual Women in the World Summit next week, and Brown explained those in attendance would be interested to hear “what she thinks we can all do at this point."
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