I Am Malala Yousafzai

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In the memoir I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai the reader sees a set of events that makes and forms Malala to who she is today. She tries to get an education and although she loves school it wasn't gonna work out for her once the taliban took full control. The taliban come between her and education. When she was just 15 she was shot on her school bus by a man just because she spoke out and made others more aware of what was going on with the way women were treated. After this horrible incident it just made her to want to fight more and that's exactly what she did. She travels and tells her story and how you can help the cause. Her parents always made her push forward and continue her studies regardless of what could happen to all of them and this is what makes her such a great human being she saw that her parents wanted her to succeed, so she also had to fight for herself. Malala's identity was shaped by her family, gender, political systems in her country, and education. Malala's identity was formed by her family because her family continued to show her the significance …show more content…
The taliban being in power led to all of the issues that she was facing of how to get an education. Before the taliban came to swat valley everything was okay in the sense of the girls that wanted an education could get one and girls weren't treated as bad as the taliban would treat them. The government allowing for the taliban to take place in their country is what ruined what Malala had going for her and her education. This formed her because it's what affected her the most were she even became at one point a refugee because they couldn't live in their home. It showed her that she needed to speak out for all those girls that once were able to go to school. This is what she is now doing as well going around and spreading the word that no one should be deprived of education because it is so

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