Malala The Powerful By Kristin Lewis: Article Analysis

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In the article, “Malala the powerful” by Kristin Lewis describes the challenges between her and other girls, just like the other girl jews she wanted a free life she wanted to go to school. She wanted ladies to not have to walk with a man. Malala Yousafzai lived when girls couldn’t have a free life. Malala had survived a gunshot in her head. In may 2009 the pakistan army was planning to make a full scale attack against the refugees, like malala. In the end malala had survived the attack the taliban had done to her. All though Malala had got shot in the head she survived many more challenges and showed a lot courage.

In the beginning of the of when girls could not go to school, girls were doomed.There were only a few places that were
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An example on page 8 is, “Malala’s crusade empowered her and other girls. Her courage gave hope to thousands . Its also made her a star. In 2011 the president of pakistan gave her the first ever National youth peace prize. It seemed that everyone knew her name.” That was courageous because what she did was blog and tell girls to never give up and to get an education. And for doing that she got a youth peace prize. Another act of courage that Malala showed was on page, 8 and on page 9, “ Even if they come to kill me, I will them what they trying to do is wrong, that education is our basic right.” That was courageous because she she will tell them that women needed a free life that was not controlled by them. Also it was courageous because she would not be scared to tell the taliban that women need a free life. The last and certainly not least is, “On my way home from school to home I heard a man saying, “ I will kill you ,” she wrote in a blog entry.” She was on her way to school and some random person was threatening to kill her, but she kept on going to school.” pg 7. That was courageous because she wanted to warn girls to watch out because the taliban are coming for them and Malala doesn’t want the taliban to execute any of them. And she was brave enough to tell the world what was going on with her. Also the Taliban would probably figure it out on who it was saying this. …show more content…
Today malala has become a powerful symbol of the struggle so many kids are facing or already faced. Some of the 132 million children and teens around the world can’t attend school. The majority of the kids that can't attend to school are often help support their family or they have to because they have no school to go to. To this day malala has been trying to help girls not have to watch their back and to not have to worry about the taliban watching them. Or not be able to go to school. Malala survived and did not get executed instead she created a thing called Malala Fund. “ Today, I am wearing a uniform,” she said proudly. “ It is important, because it proves that I am a student. It is the happiest day for me because I am living life, I am going to school, I am learning.” __ Malala

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