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Copy of I am Malala
Transcript of Copy of I am Malala
Theme & Topic
Reading this book reminded me of how much I take for granted every day: Freedom of speech. Freedom of religion. The freedom to go to the store without needing a male escort. And the ability to get an education, regardless of gender.
"I was a girl in a land where rifles are fired in celebration of a son, while daughters are hidden away behind a curtain, their role in life simply to prepare food and give birth to children."
I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai demonstrates the society, it doesn't change our man driven society, eventually sexism will rise to a sickening level and women will be treated in ways that are against their will.
The topic that I have chosen is sexism.
What is sexism?
sexism means prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination typically against women on the basis of sex.
Types of sexism:
other forms of sexual violence
Sexism has major effects on society. Women are treated differently then men in the world. Many jobs are made for women but men based on societies defined gender roles
How Does Sexism Affect Society?
I would rate this book 4/5 because it really tells you that I am Malala is a brave and fascinating book. Malala stood up to the Taliban and argued for the right for education. In response the Taliban shot Malala at point-blank in her head. Yet Malala survived to tell her story.
Rate of the book
A gun is symbolic because women can't give there rights they can't get what male get and they have to die before they try.
The power of women is symbolic because if one woman stands up every women stands up. This is called "girl power". Malala proved she was right as she stood up for the power of women rights. She spoke and told the truth about how women should be able to have education just like men.
By: Amrita Gill
Malala is a woman who fought for her rights in women's education. She is brave and courageous only at the age of 16 she's achieved activist for rights in women's education. On Tuesday October 9, 2012, when she was 15, she paid the ultimate price. She is an intelligent woman who wanted to achieve something in life. She was going home from school out of no where she got shot on the head at point-blank range. This is Malala's story.
The justice scale represents everything she has done for women rights in education. All Malala wanted was [human rights and support of justice.] - Malala says