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Today is #DayOfTheGirl — a United Nations holiday close to the causes Malala Yousafzai (@malala) champions, like girls’ education and women’s equality. “I wish more people knew what girls face every day. 130 million girls can’t go to school. The hardest thing is to meet a girl nearly my age, with all the dreams and aspirations that I have, stuck in a situation she didn’t create and unable to choose her own future. And I’ve met thousands of girls like this,” says Malala. “You see a lot of feminist hashtags and T-shirts. But if we really believe the future is female or that girls run the world, we need to support girls on the frontlines of the fight for education and equality.”
Today on our story, we’re hanging out with Malala, learning about some of the latest and greatest moments and people in her life. 🌍

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@rosariobailarina

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏🏻

@veterok760

Тот шлзоб длз

@the__of_egg58

Bich grill

@sabyawarrior

Without their involvement education wouldn't be so efficient and competitive

@samaraya_khan

It would b more efficient way

@samaraya_khan

Nice. Job. And if takes through the Equval. Rights and Welth

@aluri_alberto

You are inspiring. Thank you so!.

@shqm6302

سلام خوبی هستی

@abdolah9460

سلام

@ehsan__naroue

💕💕💕💕💕💕💕

@shanenichols86

In the beginning god created Adam first then eve a man is dominant and the head of the household It’s was man who was created to do gods work it’s not/ never a womans world Oh maybe you don’t read the Bible I forgot

@jayakumar.k.7399786

Confined,your,girl

@shareef6938

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

@anugupta731

Malala usufjayi

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