I think the most important part of this speech might be that she encourages us to take steps on our own to become more informed. At the outset, she says, "I will share with you three important points of reference, which will hopefully spark enough interest and concern for you to continue the research on your own and to engage your government to stop this criminal act against the people of Canada." In other words, "Don't take my word for it, take your own."
And she closes with Margaret Meade: "Never doubt that a small group of people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
We are our own agents of change.