Why I Am Malala Yousafzai?

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"I will continue this journey of fighting for peace and democracy in my country," said ten year old Malala Yousafzai, as she was determined to stand up for the rights to be educated as a women (I Am Malala 55). Her desire for knowledge progresses intensity as she grows older, however an obstacle arrises when the ban of girls education is constructed by the Taliban's. She takes the liberty of speaking out her passions and beliefs of her rights to education, until she is targeted for defying rules. Malala is changing the world with her voice by fighting for the fundamental rights of education that have been denied from more than 130 million girls who are not able to attend school due to work, early marriage, poverty, etc. and ending violence…show more content…
Hundreds of advocates, like Malala herself, attended the event to discuss not only human rights, but to prosper in education, equality, and peace among the citizens of the world (A World at School). To protect those who are not able to protect themselves from the awful people who murder and injure others. She speaks for "Those who have fought for their rights. Their right to live in peace. Their right to be treated with dignity. Their right to equality of opportunity. Their right to be educated" (A World at School). This was the first time she spoke about the Taliban's shooting at herself and her friends. She does not was revenge, but she wants her voice to be heard, She wants people to know that she will not stop fighting, even after this threat, until every son and daughter has the education they so greatly deserve. With the help of people who have the same ambitions as her, it is possible for women to be treated with equality, for all children to receive education, to expand more possibilities for girls because they are suffering the most, and to look towards peace instead of using our typical strategy of the use of violence (A World at
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