How Oprah’s Golden Globe award and powerful speech made history

There’s a reason that, throughout the Golden Globes, stars have actually been whispering her name like a prayer: Oprah.

The queen’s approval speech for the respected Cecil B. DeMille award (basically a life time accomplishment award) at the Golden Globes Sunday night was a rallying cry for the disenfranchised that handled to completely articulate the #MeToo minute.

“It is not lost on me that at this minute there’ s some little ladies seeing as I end up being the very first black lady to be offered the very same award,” she stated, discussing seeing Sidney Poitier as a kid. “It is an honor and it is an opportunity to share the night with all them.”