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Transcript of Malala Yousafzai
All for Standing Strong
Legacy: Standing strong in your rights and beliefs
Encouraged children to go to school
Speaking out about women's rights
Creating the fund
Won the Nobel Peace Prize
A Leader to the End
Leadership traits: determination, kindness, passion, honesty, intelligence, courage
Showed leadership by speaking out, continuing to keep believing even when in danger, and setting up the fund
Born on July 12, 1997 in Mingora, Pakistan
Grew up in an area dangerous because of a Taliban
Denied letting women do things like go to school and shop
Kept believing in her rights and became well known for speaking about boys' and girls' right to education
Was 14 when Taliban ordered a death threat against her
Not concerned for herself
Was shot above the left eye on a bus coming home from school on Oct. 9, 2012
Was flown to Peshwar, Pakistan and then flown to Birmingham, England
Still alive and continues to speak out about children's right to education
"I don't want to be remembered as the girl who was shot. I want to be remembered as the girl who stood up."
"Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world."
"The terrorists thought they would change my aims and stop my ambitions, but nothing changed in my life except this: weakness, fear and hopelessness died. Strength, power and courage were born."
Stood strong even when in danger
Believed in her rights and in other children's rights
Won't stop until every boy and girl is in school
After attack, started the Malala Fund
Malala Fund is organization that raises money for girls
Malala and father are in charge
First grant went to girls in her home village
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By: Julianna Hayunga
May 8, 2015
Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Dickens, and Mrs. Newman
Leadership & Legacy