Malala Research Paper

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“This is what my soul is telling me: be peaceful and love everyone.” -Malala Yousafzai. You know what? Malala is doing exactly that. Malala Yousafzai is 19 years old, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, feminist, a supporter for girl’s education, and she has been through traumatizing activity in Pakistan. Women all around the world are treated in different ways, but have always been put below men. The United States is one of the best places for women, and Pakistan is one of the worst. They have shocking differences such as rights and the way they are treated. The United States is one of the best countries for women, making their first move on women’s rights in 1848. This was placed in New York enabling equal law and voting rights for women. On the other hand, Pakistani women do have the …show more content…

To make decisions, to show who you are.” - Malala Yousafzai. She made a very good point with this. Women in the United States are privileged to have the chance to talk to whomever, whenever, and wherever we prefer. We are also allowed to walk the streets confidently, and without a man, which is not the case in Pakistan. Pakistani women are not forced, but it is preferred that you walk with a man in front of you or by your side. Otherwise, it is very risky for a female to walk alone considering there could be a man hiding behind a building or an alley that could shoot, kidnap, or rape them. In conclusion, roaming around alone in pakistan as a woman is extremely more risky than in the United States. 'Equality for Women ' is a theme in I am Malala because many women in Pakistan do not have the same opportunities or independence as women in the United. There are women around the world who are speaking out about how we get treated, but to some people, it just isn’t enough. All of the women who want an education, job, and freedom, like Malala, we will all stand up to those who say we can’t, shouldn’t, or that it’s bad, because it’s

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