WATCH Patricia Arquette Talks More About Equality During Oscars Press Room Speech

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Feb. 23 2015, Updated 3:08 p.m. ET

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Patricia Arquette had jaws dropping during her speech Sunday night at the Oscar Awards. The actress, who won Best Supporting Actress for "Boyhood," gave an amazing speech, advocating wage equality.

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During her press room speech, Patricia continued to speak about women's equality, after being asked about Meryl Streep's amazing reaction to her acceptance speech.

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When asked if she saw Meryl's reaction, she said, "I didn’t, but I heard about it and I hugged her afterwards. And she’s the queen of all actresses, so it's amazing.

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But it is time for us— it is time for women. Equal means equal and the truth is the older women get the less money they make…"

Watch the rest of Patricia's speech in the video above. What are your thoughts on her Oscar speech? Let us know in the comments section below.


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