Yousafzai : Malala Yousafzai And Woman 's Society Essay

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Rebels: Malala Yousafzai and Woman in Society
Rebels are present in our everyday lives and are presently making a social change. These rebels have overcome the superiority above them and have survived the tragedies they have faced. Even though there are many rebels present today, there is one of many rebels that has inspired individuals, especially women, to promote and overcome the circumstances that women face worldwide, this rebel is Malala Yousafzai. Malala is known for her social activism of promoting female education worldwide and having her story heard of to other young girls about her horrific experience with the Taliban, they attempted to assassinate her. However, even though Malala has achieved many goals, women internationally, still face discrimination because of their cultural values and the society that surrounds them.
Malala Yousafzai is a social activist that promotes the equal right of women rights and women 's education worldwide. She has inspired many girls to never give up towards reaching their goals and to never let the situations frighten them from achieving their goals. Malala described by Haider is a young lady “Armed with a pen, enlightened with knowledge, and charged with the passion of fighting for the right to girls’ education.”(Haider) In school, Malala was a good student and took place in many activities and clubs in school. She has seen the inequality of women since a young age and has advocated towards women’s right to an education.…

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