I Am Malala

Malala describes herself as someone who belongs to many communities and assumes different identities. How does membership in being a Student influence her life?

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Malala takes being a student as a privilege. She explains that being a girl and a student is even more special. She feels a longing for the simple act of learning. Malala, with great influence from her father, develops a philosophy around the simple act of going to school. The more education that children receive, especially girls, the greater her country will be. Malala firmly believes that a mass fraternity of students could lift Pakistan out of their religious and political troubles.