Malala Yousafzai, is an average teenage girl who strived to get her education and fought for the right to get educated. Malala was not only fighting for her education, she also fought for other girls that were deprived of education. However, they did not have the strength and the courage to speak up for their right to be education, Malala was the brave one out of the bunch. She stood up to Taliban,and gone through afflicting times due to her getting shot. Malala was brave and kept fighting, and so she was able to get the education for women and herself.
Malala wrote I am Malala to introduce her life to the world and how women all around the world do not obtain basic human rights. Now that she’s a well known figure, Malala Yousafzai will not stop advocating the importance of education. Malala utilizes various rhetorical strategies such as pathos, imagery, and juxtaposition to convey her message that education is a basic human right to both men and women. Malala utilizes pathos to evoke emotions towards the audience on reasons why education should be a right. Yousafzai reveals, “Because when a teacher appreciates you, you think, I am something!
In the bibliography “I Am Malala” by Malala Yousafzai, importance of girl’s education back east is addressed. Malala explains to the reader the horrors and barriers she faced while trying to justify the importance of girls’ education. She uses influential ethos, a tenacious tone, and vigorous pathos to get the reader to perceive that a girl’s education is just as imperative as a boy’s education. Malala wants the reader to know how it is being a girl fighting for girl’s education. With the use of these three rhetorical strategies, she can get the reader to comprehend that every girl has the right to an education.
Not only has Yousafzai lived through these things but there is proven historical evidence to support her claims. Malala Yousafzai lived in fear because of the terrorists that threaten her country but now she fights for youths. Yousafzai believes that all youths should have educations which she addresses in her speech. Yousafzai also believes that giving education to youths will fight against terrorists. Yousafzai fights for women and children’s rights and throughout her speech she discourses this.
Malala Yousafzai was known for her inspirational speeches to speak out for women’s rights. How it’s looked down upon for women in the middle east to go to school. Yousafzai’s purpose is to raise awareness to spread the necessity of education throughout the whole world for both boys and girls. Therefore, Malala conveys her purpose of raising awareness the true struggle for an education in the middle east through credible ethos, contradicting juxtaposition, and affecting pathos. Malala is unfortunate to have experienced what she has first hand, but that builds her credibility and also her purpose she’s conveyed throughout her life.
Inigualdad (inequality) is a word we see often, but never actually stop to think about. It is one of the most important words in our language and culture. Because of it, we have found ways to build better societies and better future generations. Women have always suffered from inequality. It is specifically seen Latin America’s work force and state support when it comes to abuse toward women.
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.
It is a struggle that is beyond Pakistan and the Muslim world. There has been an extended debate about the best method to fight patriarchy within modern societies . Malala’s story of triumph is proof of just how much potential girls everywhere hold and that they should not be silenced. Today, Malala is pursuing her own studies while fighting for girls worldwide through the Malala Fund, an organization that partners with local groups to bring education to girls. But, advocates say that the only way to successfully make education accessible to everyone is by joining together both female activists, like Malala, and progressive men, like her father, who are willing to stand up against those who oppress
Malala Yousafzai is a girl from Pakistan who lived in the Swat valley when her troubles began. Malala is praised internationally for her use of peaceful protest to spread her message of educational equality for women and the crudeness of the Taliban. She does so using rhetorical strategies throughout her novel; ‘I am Malala.’ The rhetoric Malala uses really makes her story seem more relatable and appeals emotionally to the readers. It is the story of a young girl growing up in a country where men were more important and superior than women, which led them to control everything these women did. These men were Islamic and they wanted women’s rights to go to school to be taken away, so they made it their mission to burn down schools and kill men and women alike who went against their interpretation of Islamic law.
In the book titled “ I am Malala” by Malala Yousafzai, she talks about her life before and after becoming famous and her fight for women's education in her education. Malala became a international phenomenon when she was targeted and shot by taliban for speaking out for women's education. Malala lives in an oppressive country where a education is deprived from women and they are expected to remain ignorant. She was an advocate for women's education in her country who strongly believes that everybody deserves to be educated and that right shouldn't be deprived from anybody. Eventually winning the Nobel Peace Prize for her contribution to the fight for women's education, which only continue to push her to accomplish her goal and gain equal education for all.
In Iron Jawed Angels I was able to more deeply explore the complications and conflicts that women have faced to be seen as equals. Alice Paul and Lucy Burns overcome great obstacles to complete their most passionate goal. Their goal was to help women gain independence and acquire the right to vote in a male dominated society. Gender was and still is today a very controversial term. Woman’s suffrage was and still is today a huge issue in the world.
Chicana women have suffered oppression, racism, sexism among other problematics. Nonetheless, they have been able to face these difficulties and fight for their rights. Two main difficulties were faced by these women, the fact of being women and the right to use their cultural heritage, specially their home language. This motivated them to get involved in social movements to fight for their rights. They had played an important role in such movements which contributed with better conditions not only for themselves but also for all Mexican Americans.
Eleanor Roosevelt is an inspiration for me, as a woman, and anyone who have felt the pressures of conforming to stand up strongly for their own personal beliefs despite societal limitations. Completely changing the role of the First Lady, Roosevelt actively promoted the careers of many women and encouraged them to enter the public life more. She became the protector of those most likely to be left on the margins– particularly women, African-Americans, and children- and fought for their rights. If Eleanor Roosevelt was alive today, I would ask what factors inspired her to persevere through harsh criticism, ridicule, and disapproval. From her dictating mother-in-law to parts of the American population, opposition for her battle against inequality
Susan Brownell Anthony, a woman of abstinence, abolition, and African-American rights. A brave soul who took pride in trying to fight not only for her rights, but all of the fellow ladies and underprivileged people who did not really have a say. She was a kind woman who simply fought for what she believed in and those happened to be some of the most common human rights that we now have because of people like her. Rights to be payed the same. Rights to vote the same.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a very confident, determined, and fearless woman. While many people opposed equal rights for women and abolishing slavery, she supported these things. (11) Her being a woman who was also an abolitionist and women’s rights activist in the 19th century was a dangerous and frustrating task. However, she continued to try and make a difference in society by fighting for these changes. Clearly, Elizabeth Stanton had to be confident to speak to crowds and to publish books with very bold ideas that supported women.