[She is] grateful for them, but they only remind [her] how much work still needs to be done to achieve the goal of education for every boy and girl. [She doesn’t] want to be thought of as the “girl who was shot by the Taliban” but the “girl who fought for education.” This hints at the idea that her conflict hasn 't been resolved even though her position in it has changed, she still has to fight for education and win in order to see a true resolution, unlike J. Walls ' conflict. What 's also important to note is the fact that as the book ends it becomes clear that a majority of the book was focused on the encounter with the Taliban, unlike the autobiography that is the Glass
Stanton began the fight for women’s rights, and we have come such a long way since then. Even though there are problems that continue to arise for women, there has been significant improvement in all areas, and women continue to keep fighting for equality. Women went from having no rights, to being able to vote, go to school, get a job, own a house, support herself, and so much more that not long ago, women were unable to do. Although issues still need to continue being addressed, Stanton would be surprised at how far women have come since she first addressed the issue. She would want them to continue fighting for equality and would be proud that what she did had an impact, and changed the lives of women forever.
Obama grew up with many adversities, but she did not let them stop her. She is a firm believer in fighting through obstacles and never giving up. She believes that you can 't succeed without experiencing hardships. Today, she continues to tell others her stories and hear others stories as well so that she can guide them through overcoming them. Obama created the Reach Higher enterprise, an organization that inspires
The character of Leslie Knope has specific goals, and she works hard to achieve them. By watching Leslie Knope, young adults will see examples of honorable work ethic and responsibility. She is extremely driven in her career and strives to go above and beyond. She is fully committed to her job because she genuinely cares about people and society. That is very evident based on one of her quotes where she says, “I love this town, and when you love something you fight for it, you take care of it, and you put it first” (Poniewozik, 2015).
Hester was ostracized by her community yet she was able to find the strength to continue to be a part of the community and raise her daughter. The colony believed that by doing these things to Hester she would break under pressure but she persevered and found online freedom through the embroidery of the scarlet letter. In conclusion all three novels provide valuable lessons. Each and every one representing a different aspect of our developing society. Not only did these novels teach very important lessons when they were written but those lessons still
I Am Malala portrays the tale of the adolescent Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani advocate for education who possesses multifarious titles fluctuating from “Ziauddin’s Daughter” to “The Girl Who Was Shot by The Taliban”! Nevertheless, Yousafzai unconditionally stated in her own writings that “I don 't want to be thought of as ‘The Girl Who Was Shot by The Taliban’ but ‘The Girl Who Fought For Education.’” (Yousafzai, 309). Subsequently, Yousafzai avails her exquisite words to enlighten the public of her aspiration to provide legitimate education for all, rifling through the events from her past, disclosing the sovereignty in a lone voice amidst a mute world. For instance, on Page 186, Chapter 11, Yousafzai ascertained “When the whole world is silent,
They’re all activists that have a passion for what they do and have succeeded to help in some way to the environment or people. Malala Yousafzai defied the Taliban and demanded that young girls should be allowed to have an education. Her parents supported her in all of her movements but even so, she was shot in the head by a gunman. She survived and is now passionate teen activist fighting for girls education not just in pakistan, where she lived, but in the entire world with the “Malala Fund”. Alex Lin is another example of a teen activist.
Education is what gives us the ability to make something of ourselves. Education is a right, some many people today still have to fight for. Melba in Warriors Don 't Cry fought for her education day and night, inside and outside of Central High School. Melba was constantly threatened by segregationists during her time at Central High School while she was fighting for equal rights. Equal rights became an important issue to Melba throughout Warriors Don 't Cry, and she also became a face of change to her people.