I watch Danaka inspire her kids the way I was inspired. I wish to become a mother like her, a mother that cares without a resistance, and loves unconditionally. My sister loves the world around her, she has always wanted to make the world a better place. She has inspired me to help those in need, and love those who are broken. She taught me how to stand up for the weak, and how to become brave.
She states, “If you have access to social media, then you have a platform to tell these 62 million girls’ stories and raise awareness about the challenges they face”. By stating that everyone has the power to change lives, she urges readers not to ignore these girls’ situations and to help assist the movement. She emphasizes the importance of education and gets the reader involved by asking them to go to the website to “take action to support girls’ education efforts across the globe”. Finally, Michelle Obama concludes her article by showing the importance of her movement by stating that she would work for the cause for the rest of her life.
She overcame exclusion, rejection and discrimination in her own family, to acquire prestige and recognition with publishers and universities—the small aside of professional and financial accomplishments in the essay. Most of all, she came to accept herself and erase the pervasive gender polarization in her family to finally receive acceptance from her
It makes her readers to create a sympathy that make you want to help women that have to go through that pain. Clinton and her audience are together to make a change for women kind. Clinton’s words speak for themselves as they paint a picture of pain and struggle that women are going through in order to be equal, because every one in their life have a mother, sister, girlfriend or a friend who is a female and to hear all the harms that women of all kinds go through it makes you want to help in any way that you can. Clinton uses all the emotion to motivate her audience to take the topic serious and not just look at it as if it is a thing that can fix its
Education was a great successes for a lot of women, many great women fought for their rights and helped bring back every woman's right. Many great women were once in this generation and suffered and had a lot of problems. For example Harriet Tubman, was a great women that wanted to achieve her goal by standing against slavery. Her education definitely.
Despite all of the chaos, she encouraged others to help people that were caught up in disasters of their own. People admired her unique quality of wanting to take care of the sick and wounded. As well as overcoming her childhood struggles, she became a teacher, founded the American Red Cross, and accomplished much more. On top of it all, she always remembered her heart and became an inspiration all over the world. She still touches
Malala Yousafzai is a fearless woman that has touched many girls hearts with her love for education and girl’s rights. Based on the timeline on the website, “Malalafund.org,” Malala was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, Pakistan. She grew up in Swat Valley, sharing the love of education like her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai. In 2007, sadly, Taliban militants (terrorists - bad people) took control over Swat Valley. The Taliban banned many things.
Flags flew at half mast, and by then everyone had heard Coretta Scott King’s “voice”. Her story inspiring, yet her fight for all people and peace even more impressive. Scott King’s efforts in not just the Civil Rights movement, but for all, in general, has impacted so people and their lives. As an article in the New Lady stated, “Women have been the backbone of the whole Civil Rights movement... Women have been the ones who have made it possible for the movement to be a mass movement.”
Oprah Winfrey Generous, kind, inspirational, and humanizing are just a few words that come to mind when one thinks of Oprah Winfrey. As a mentor to all people of any ethnicity, gender, or group, she has seized the hearts of millions around the world. With her tenacity, elegance, and understanding, Oprah , the a media mogul, philanthropist, and child advocate has overcome many obstacles that have fallen in her way. She has become a household name, not only as an entertainer, but as friend to human kind. She has often been described in articles, books, and interviews as one of history’s most powerful women.
Malala addresses and acknowledges all the people who have helped her in the beginning of the speech. Giving help of her use of ethos in the speech. Malala creates an analogy using logos. Stating statistics of how many children across the world are not receiving the education needed. Going on, Malala speaks more on women’s education between society.