Malala Yousafzai : The Voice Of Those 66 Million

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"I am not a lone voice, I am many" ("He Named Me Malala"). Malala Yousafzai is the voice of those 66 million girls who are being held back from a formal education. Malala is known in many different ways. For example, she is known as the girl who got shot by the Taliban, the girl who fought for her rights, or a Nobel Laureate. However, Malala is just a committed young girl who wants to see women having equal rights and for every child to have a quality education. Malala was raised with a passion for attending and loving school, that not even death threats could put her to rest. She believed that education was a right not a crime. Thus, she created the Malala Fund, which provides girls twelve years of quality education to obtain the skills and confidence they need to thrive in their communities. Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani young activist, promulgated her message of education for all girls through her history, voice, and life to achieve a successful future for all women. Malala Yousafzai was raised in a country where her passion for learning was bounded, however she continued attending school being a global advocate for millions. Malala was born on July 12, 1997 in Mingora, a town in the Swat District of northwest Pakistan ("He Named Me Malala"). Malala and her father received numerous death threats, "but continued to speak out for the right to education" because like her father, she shared a passion for learning ("He Named Me Malala"). In 2011, Malala received "Pakistan 's
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