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04/28/2017 at 16:59. Facebook
School is free for all Chinese children up to grade nine, but 12 years of school is essential to giving girls the tools they need to build a future for themselves. via News Deeply
School is free for all Chinese children up to grade nine but

Helping Rural Chinese Girls Clear the Hurdles to University

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04/28/2017 at 14:58. Facebook
“My dream is to share my story. I want to speak in front of the United Nations like Malala Yousafzai about women who have dreams, who are strong, and [so women know] they can come true. I would like women to know they can have freedom.” — Rihana
My dream is to share my story I want to speak in

The Story of How This Disabled Somali Refugee Started Playing College Basketball Is So Inspiring

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04/27/2017 at 16:56. Facebook
Malala talks with Broadly about the refugee crisis, girls' education and plans for her #GirlPowerTrip.
Malala talks with Broadly about the refugee crisis girls education and plans

Malala Shares What She Would Tell President Trump About the Refugee Crisis | Broadly

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04/26/2017 at 16:31. Facebook
After fleeing a conflict that claimed her mother’s life, the 20 year-old is committed to using her education to help others.
After fleeing a conflict that claimed her mothers life the 20 yearold

Violence upended Marie Claire’s life and education — but it won’t define her future

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04/25/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
Malala is back at home studying for exams. Sign up for updates on her #GirlPowerTrip travels to meet girls and fight for their futures.

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04/24/2017 at 17:47. Facebook
"I began my #GirlPowerTrip in Lancaster, Pennsylvania... meeting with students and local leaders from this inspiring community." — Malala
I began my GirlPowerTrip in Lancaster Pennsylvania meeting with students and local

Visiting America’s Refugee Capital — Lancaster, PA – By: Malala Yousafzai

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04/24/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
When 16 year-old Zafar steps in the boxing ring, she isn't just fighting for herself – she's fighting for the millions of young Muslim girls who have been inspired by her. via Mic
When 16 yearold Zafar steps in the boxing ring she isnt just

Muslim teen Amaiya Zafar can now compete in USA Boxing matches while wearing her hijab

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“We need to think ahead. We need to think about preventing wars from starting as well. And I think for that, investment in education is the key, investing especially in the education of women and girls.” — Malala
We need to think ahead We need to think about preventing wars

Malala Yousafzai on Trump's travel ban, college plans and education

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Maryam and Nivaal talk about interviewing their gender equality heroes, Malala and Justin Trudeau:
Maryam and Nivaal talk about interviewing their gender equality heroes Malala and

Maryam and Nivaal talk about interviewing their gender equality heroes

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"I told myself, we all want the same change, we all can get it and no fear can stop us.” — Windila
I told myself we all want the same change we all can

Girls reflect on Malala’s Messenger of Peace Award – Malala Fund

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Seemab Rasheed
"Welcome to Canada’ is more than a headline or a hashtag. It is the spirit of humanity that every single one of us would yearn for, if our family was in crisis." — Malala
Welcome to Canada is more than a headline or a hashtag It

Malala’s address to the Canadian Parliament

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Long, dangerous walks to school force young girls in Zainab’s Indian village to abandon their education and enter into factory work or early marriage. She decided to change that.
Long dangerous walks to school force young girls in Zainabs Indian village

“Build a school instead”: How 21 year-old Zainab used her prize money to bring education to girls…

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“I believe I should go back to my country and try to make change there,” says Kainat. Shazia adds, “However we can help, we will.” via The Telegraph
I believe I should go back to my country and try to

Meet the 'other Malalas' - the Nobel Peace Prize winner's friends now heading to Edinburgh University

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"Now I'm trying to help other people get an education, so from now on I want to be more involved in these kinds of things."

Malala's mother, Toor Pekai, is taking classes and gaining greater independence for herself. via BBC News
Now Im trying to help other people get an education so from

Malala Yousafzai's mother: Out of the shadows - BBC News

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"Let future generations say we were the ones who stood up. Let them say we were the first to live in a world where all girls can learn and lead without fear." — Malala
Let future generations say we were the ones who stood up Let

Malala’s address to the Canadian Parliament – Malala Fund

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Malala's father Ziauddin talks about feminism, the refugee crisis and the rise of Islamophobia. via Mic
Malalas father Ziauddin talks about feminism the refugee crisis and the rise

Malala's father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, says media is partly to blame for Islamophobia

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"For a world that could use hope in every form and quantity, Maryam and Nivaal Rehman are doing much more than you'd expect out of any 15 year-olds and there isn't an end to how much one can learn from them." via India Today
For a world that could use hope in every form and quantity

The extraordinary 15-year-old twins from Pakistan who interviewed Malala and Justin Trudeau

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Saleeka Mohammed-Ali
"To the girls that are still in captivity, my message is to persevere, be prayerful and keep hope alive."

When the Chibok girls were kidnapped from their schools and ripped from the safety of home and family, they lost their freedom and their futures. Everyday we hope for the safe return of the missing Chibok girls and stand committed to fighting for a world where they can safely go to...
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Three years after Boko Haram kidnapped the 276 Chibok girls — a survivor shares her hopes...

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Wilson Efokoa
Abdullahi Haruna
Teen Vogue talked with Malala about her college plans, career goals, and advice to young change-makers.
Teen Vogue talked with Malala about her college plans career goals and

These Are Malala Yousafzai's Next Steps for Changing the World

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Behind the scenes of Malala's #GirlPowerTrip to Ottawa, CA yesterday!
Behind the scenes of Malala's GirlPowerTrip to Ottawa CA yesterday

Field Diary: Day Two — Ottawa, CA – Malala Fund

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Camila Leiva Valenzuela
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