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  • Life-Changing Experiences In The Life Of Malala Yousafzai's Life

    Great success and tragic occurrence currently define Malala Yousafzai’s life. Malala’s strong relationship with her family has allowed her to survive traumatic life experiences, and has opened unimaginable opportunities for an Islamic woman.Through struggle and hardship Malala continues to prevail, and exemplifies desirable characteristics of a contributing member of society. Although Malala’s experiences differ from many young adults, similar connections can be uncovered. Throughout Malala’s journey, it is evident that she receives a great amount of support from not only her immediate family, but also from surrounding community members. The strong relationship Malala established with her parents is an immense contributor to her success as a student and an activist. Although Malala connects with each of her family members, the bond with her father is the strongest. When Malala was born, her father loved her despite her gender and was determined to provide her with the necessary resources to be successful. He ensured Malala received treatment equal to her brother. Malala’s strong connection with her parents closely relates to my own. Throughout my life, my parents have always supported me in all things I do and have pushed me to succeed. Involvement in various activities was a major component of my life during high school, and the support they showed from the crowd or the bleachers aided in my development. Malala’s strong connection with her father is similar to my…

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  • Malala The Powerful Analysis

    The article, Malala The Powerful written by Kristen Lewis is about the amazing girl, Malala, who stood up for girls rights against the Taliban. Malala wanted to have an education and she enjoyed school. The Taliban came and took away the lives of many and decreased girls’ rights. They told all girls schools to close but Malala’s stayed open. She made going to school top secret by hiding all her items under her clothes. So Malala stood up and continued to stand up to the point where she got…

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  • Hero Hall Of Fame Research Paper

    These are people and animals that candles will never be blown out. These people are special because they standed up or protected the things and people they believe in and when someone disagreed with what they were doing or what they did they stayed true to themselves and continued what they were doing know if they were blown out (died or sent to jail) there candle will keep going for everyone else to hold. So, I think Aung San Suu Kyi, Malala Yousafzai, and Jeffrey Sachs should be inducted into…

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  • Malala Yousafzai: A Heroic Analysis

    When asked to name a person whom I think is truly heroic, I took into account my personal view of heroic characteristics. In my view, a hero must be strong. A hero must be steadfast. A hero must fight for those with no voice to fight for themselves. My heroine embodies all of these characteristics. She is a person known the world over for her strength and her voice. My heroine is Malala Yousafzai. Malala was born in Pakistan in 1997. She attended a school founded by her father, and with the…

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  • Malala Hero

    Imagine you were judged by your gender or couldn’t go to school just because you were a girl. Well without Malala this would be true. Her dad worked at the school that she went to and Malala heard about girls at other schools getting hurt and controlled by the Taliban. Her father would get angry about this and it got her thinking what if it could change. I believe Malala Yousafzai classifies as a hero because she was persistent, caring, and an activist. Malala was proven a hero when she was…

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  • Gender Roles In Mala Yousafzai's I Am Malala

    1. The author of “I Am Malala” is Malala Yousafzai and the cowriter is Christina Lamb. Malala Yousafzai wrote this biography about her defiance against the Taliban in Pakistan and her advocacy work for the education of women. As a child, Malala was influenced by her father to advocate and support education which led to the Taliban finding her and shooting her while she was on her way to school. Remarkably, Malala has survived and has since continued to share the importance of education around…

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  • Najmah Speech

    (MIP-2) Najmah's voice is of a girl who has had her life ruined by the Taliban, a real, radical Islamic terrorist group, and we can hear her voice through her struggles and encounters with this terrorist group. (SIP-A) Her voice can be heard through her exposure to the Taliban, a fundamentalist Islam terrorist group. (STEWE-1) Najmah’s first encounter with the Taliban is when they take her father and brother away. The talibs were accusing Baba-jan of helping their enemies. They took all the…

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  • Malala Yousafzai

    Malala Yousafzai, female activist, human rights spokeswoman, and a normal girl who enjoys quality time with her siblings, is known for her human rights advocacy for the education of women and children in Northern Pakistan, where the local Taliban banned girls from attending school, to limited their rights little by little. Malala was only 10 years old when the Taliban dominated her region and influenced her people through the use of Islam in a very drab, murky way. She was taught to stand up for…

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  • Teen Activist Will Always Be Brave

    There are many people who are passionate about something, but there aren’t many teenagers who are willing to do whatever they can for there passion, sometimes even risk their lives. Those people are called teen activist. Teen activist will always use the internet, they will always be brave, and they will always have obstacles and challenges to overcome. Teen Activist’s such as Malala Yousafzai and Iqbal Masih have to be brave in order to make a difference in the world. Malala, a teenager from a…

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  • Malala Yousafzai Influence

    Malala Yousafzai once said “One child, one teacher, one pen, and one book can change the world.” While teachers, pens, and books can enable a child to change the world, Malala Yousafzai has effectively changed the world using her ideas as a young girl. She believes that every girl has a right to twelve years of safe, quality education. Through her cause, she has transformed the way the world views educational equality and challenged the oppressive views of the Taliban. Because of Malala’s…

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