The actress said she hopes her death inspires a “more inclusive and accepting culture.”
“I have loved this country,” Jolie said in her speech at the National Funeral Directors Association’s convention.
“I love this country because it was founded on the promise of equality and it is what I have lived by since I was a young child.”
She continued: “We can all agree that a person’s voice matters.
The only thing that I have learned in the last year is that if you’re an advocate for diversity and inclusion, then your voice matters.”
Angelina Jolies funeral speech: ‘Its an honor of mine’In the aftermath of Jolies death, the hashtag #WeAreAllAngelina began trending worldwide.
The hashtag has since been trending for the past week.
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