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Transcript of Malala Yousafzai
Malala shows a great deal of leadership; she knew people were after her, but that did not stop her from standing up for herself.
When she realized what the Taliban had done she realized that they were able to make her campaign global (288 Yousafzai)
She had created such a fight she became known as the daughter of the nation (279 Yousafzai)
Novemeber 10, 2013- Malala Day
"Malala day is not my day. Today is the day every woman, every boy, every girl who has raised their voice for their rights" -United Nations Speech 2013
April 29,2013- Cover of the Time magazine"100 Most Influential People in the World"
Pakistan first National Youth Peace Prize nominee
2013- nominated for the Noble Peace Prize
first 16 year old to ever be nominated
July 12,2013-Spoke a the United Nations to call worldwide access to education
September 3,2013-offically opened the Library at Birmingham.
September 2013- Recipient of the Sakharov Prize
Combination of Core Competence and emotional intelligence
Courage- no one will succeed unless she is ready to fall
Malala fell but she was not done with fighting for her rights.
"Power of one persons voice to inspire change in the world." ("I am Malala", Yousafzai)
Integrity- "If you have integrity, nothing else matters."
Capacity to Persuade
A good broker among interests than a good speaker to stand out in the public mind as the most memorable speaker
Constitution states every child has the right to go to school. 50 million illiterate adults and two thirds of them are women. (312 Yousafzai)
"One child, one teacher,one book,one pen is greater than any violence" (303 Yousafzai)
"Don't think a bullet will silence us; ensure freedom and equality for women power,strength and courage will spark, fear weakness and hopelessness will die." (Sawyer, Diane. Personal Interview. 7 October 2013.)
Coming home from her exams and was shot in the head on the school bus at point blank range
Knew she had attackers, and knew if they found her what he was going to say to them
"wouldn't you want education for your daughter?"
When the Taliban attacked she did not have enough time to ask her question. (Sawyer Diane. Personal interview. 7 October 2013.)
Who Were Her Hunters?
By: Mariel Zambelli
Sawyer, Diane. Personal Interview. 7 October.2013
Yousafzai, Malala, and Christina Lamb.
I Am Malala:The Girl Who Stood Up For Education and Was Shot By The Taliban.
New York, New York: Little, Brown and, 2013. Print.
"Malala Won 17 Awards before failing to Win Noble Peace Prize- Thenews.com.pk."
News International, Pakistan
. Np.,n.d. Web. 10 Jan. 2014
The Taliban-they did not approve women going to school and they must have their faces covered.
Malala did not cover her face
"At the time I was not worried about myself, I want to live life for myself."
Fazlullah- the man who ordered the attack on Malala (Sawyer Diane. Personal Interview. 7 October.2013)
The Taliban was after her and her mother in 2009.
The Taliban had told women to stop going to school, going outside, and forcing them to cover their faces
Death threats were sent and she would often wait to go to bed (237 Yousafzai)
made sure everything in her house was locked, triple checked every door.
Had nightmares that her hunters would put a ladder against her home and break in and kill her (239 Yousafzai)