Saturday, July 20, 2013


Malala Yousafzai - Speech on Education

Last week, Malala Yousafzai gave a short but important speech at the U.N. Malala is a 16 year old girl from Pakistan who was shot in the face by a member of the Taliban because she dared to speak out in favor of education for all children, both boys and girls. She believes that "the pen is mightier than the sword" and that the terrorists who shot her and killed teachers and blasted schools are afraid of her and the changes that are happening in society. Please watch this amazing speech and think about what Malala is saying. You can read more about Malala here. Think about if you want to stand with Malala and stand up for woman's and children's rights. Watch her inspiring speech right here:

Everyone should watch this heartfelt speech. It is inspiring and gives us hope for a better world tomorrow. Please consider clicking the Share button below, and share this on FaceBook, Twitter, and whatever social networks you are on. Thanks!

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It is amazing to see someone so young, have the courage to stand up for her rights, and the rights of women and children everywhere. Education can change the world and everyone should be entitled to be a part of that change, no matter the age, gender or where they live. Malala is so brave to push forward with so much determination, even after being shot. How many of us can say that we would forgive someone who caused us harm? She has no hard feelings towards the Taliban.She has a heart of gold and I wish her luck in her journey to bring equality to education

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