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Malala Yousafzai didn’t want fame. She wanted an education, and spoke out for herself and all girls in her native Pakistan. For that, a masked Taliban gunman boarded her school bus and shot her. At 15, Malala became the most famous teenager in the world. But the group that would have all girls chained in ignorance could not silence her. Malala survived and has since addressed the United Nations, met President Obama and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, a courageous advocate for girls’ education the world over.
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