I Am Malala

At what point in my Malala's life experience do you think that the fight for girls education became her fight, as opposed to her father's fight? Or not?

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This theme is the central focus of all of Malala's activism. Growing up in and around a school, Malala learned quickly the power that education has to shape a child's life, determine their future prospects, and give them the courage to speak up for what they believe in. It was because of her education that Malala was empowered to stand strong against the Taliban occupation of her home, and she has used her fame to try to give as many other children as possible the opportunity to go to school. Her father was the impetus behind Malala's passion for education. I am sure he still remains Malala's strongest supporter and closest advisor but Malala is certainly finding her own way as a global humanitarian.