Malala's father was a very eloquent speaker. Throughout her life, he taught her his tips and wisdom. This is when she learned her communication skills and her bravery for standing up for what she believes in.
She felt very fondly that girls should have equal education rights. However, the Taliban was taking over most of her country and outlawed female education.
On Malala's way to school one day, she was assassinated by a member of the Taliban for her activism in educational rights. She luckily survived.
She continued fighting for this cause despite the fact that the Taliban targeted her. She knew what she was doing was right, and went to great lengths for it.
A few years after her hard work and dedication, she won the Best Memoir and Autobiography award. She later on won the Nobel Peace Prize for her fight for educational rights for all children.