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Malala project
Updated: 2/20/2020
Malala project
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  • I am Malala Yousafzai. I started to fight in my home town for human rights. I fought in Mingora, Pakistan for girls education. This is because the Taliban took over swat valley.
  • I am your interviewer. I will start by asking you a few questions. My first question is where did you fight for your human rights.
  • I spoke out this human rights issue by speaking and to protest about girls education. I also spoke out to girls who could not access quality education,free,and a 12 year education. As well as speaking worldwide.
  • Can you tell me how you spoke out about this issue?
  • I showed determination to fight for the right for girls education, and effort because I never gave up when I spoke out.
  • What were skills you showed during these protest?
  • Challenges I had to overcome was when I was speaking out in my hometown Mingora,Pakistan for girls education. The taliban took over in 2007. Then in 2012 when they still ruled I was shot in the side of the head, and after I was stable again, I continued to protest.
  • What was challenges you had to overcome?
  • I started to protest when was only 11. I continued to speak out around my hometown. Eventually speaking out worldwide. I became the youngest Piece Nobel Prize winner at age 17.
  • At what age was you first protest?
  • The end 
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