Month: February 2017

Making Her Voice Heard

Malala made her voice heard because she wanted to speak out about girls education, and poverty. Malala went to interviews and spoke about girls right for education. “Speaking up is the only way things will get better.” she said. Malala’s mom was her rock, she knew Malala could be brave. Around the world, 65 million girls cannot go to school. Malala spoke out about poverty as well. “We called for an end to child labor.” “We asked for help to send disabled and street children to school.” Malala wanted kids from the streets trying to provide for their families to be in school. In Pakistan 38.8% of the population lives in poverty. Those were some thing about Malala making her voice heard because she wanted poverty to stop and girls to have an education.

Girls need Education too

Education is so important to Malala because she wants to be educated and wants to be successful. Malala wants to change the world so other people can go to school as well as her. To start with, Malala could speak and protest about her rights. “ He was complaining about all the attention I’d received for speaking out about girls getting the same education as boys.” Malala wants to go to school so she spoke out and risked her life. However, Malala spoke out because she wanted to be successful. “Because it was not that long ago that I was nearly killed – simply because I was speaking out about my right to go to school.” Those were some reasons why education is so important to Malala because she wants to be successful in life and wants to be educated.  

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