What We Saw at the #BlogHer16 Voices of the Year Community Keynote

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The #BlogHer2016 Voices of the Year Community Keynote (emceed by Aisha Tyler and brought to you by Merck for Mothers) was full of truly outstanding talent, and we wanted to share what saw and heard and felt with the world.

The first video is off the entire performance. Scroll down to see the individual video winners and find links to the other honorees' posts and streams. Congratulations to all this year's honorees!


Eva Wilson for "Sorry" parody (long video).

Jennifer Borget for My Superhero Daughter Gives Back (long video).

Rosemond Perdue Cranner for How to Tell If You Are Old (short video).


Lizzie Velasquez for A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story.

April Reign for #OscarsSoWhite.

Katherine Stone for #meditateonthis Success Shows Moms With PPD Will Fight the Good Fight.

Written Work

Nathan James for What Matters.

Tracey Michae'l Lewis-Giggetts for Why I'm Going Back to Therapy.

Natalie DeYoung for Life and What Comes After.

Sarah Fader for I Don't Want to Be Disabled, But I Am.

Aliza Worthington for The Incredible Oscar Moment Almost Everyone Missed.

Clementine Bihiga for When Giving Up Is Not an Option.

MOMents, brought to you by Merck for Mothers

Katie Reed for To My Friend on the Birth of Your First Child.

Congratulations to all! Be sure to check out our full listing of the #BlogHer16 Voices of the Year honorees.

Rita Arens is the author of the young adult novel THE OBVIOUS GAME & the managing editor of BlogHer.com.


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