Malala Yousafzai Case Analysis

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What do you think of when you hear the word “activist”?
Some people believe that activists consist of a few people in this world who are bold, and are able to speak out for what they believe in. Although this is true, their motivation not come from just anywhere. It is because they know what is feels like to be hurt physically, and emotionally. Sometimes, these influences seem like they might stop you, but other times it can be motivation to act. People like Harriet Tubman, a civil rights activist, Malala Yousafzai, a feminist, and Martin Luther King Jr, a civil rights activist, proved that this, is in fact, true. These activists did not only stand up for their cause because they believed in it. It is also because they felt it. “I had reasoned this out in my mind, there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty or death; if I
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That was when she delivered her first speech ( As she began to speak out more, she later became a target of the Taliban, which was soon proved when she became their target. One day, when Malala was 15, and heading home from school on a bus, she was caught by surprise when an angry Talib walked in and yelled “Who is Malala?” The girls turned to her, and before you know it, she was shot in the face.
(I am Malala-children’s edition). After she was shot, she was hospitalized in the United Kingdom, and had to live there. However, she did not give up. The Taliban did not silence her, so, Malala created an organization called the Malala Fund, along with her father, to help other girls facing her problems ( Now, Malala is a hero to many girls in the world who need some guidance and an education. Malala taught a lot of girls to stand up for education and gender rights. She did not let her injury stop her. Instead, she turned it into a moment of motivation so she could help other

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