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At what point in 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? How does our upbringing dictate how we perceive the world?

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Certainly Malala watched her father struggle to keep the girls school going. The Taliban regularly intimidated him and threatened him. I think that when Malala decided to do the BBC interview, the fight became her own fight as well.