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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Push off with your hind leg.This will use your glutes andengage your hips. By: Aaryavi Sarvaiya Swing your arms in a naturalmotion. This will help avoidback problems. Move the opposite leg with the opposite arm. Malala Yousafzai "I want to make this world perfect." -Malala Yousafzai 5) Malala had to make some sacrifices to get the change that she wanted. Because there are many different ways people view her, Malala was shot in the forehead for campaigning . She also has many threats inflicted on her, from the Taliban, and some of their supporters. However, Malala also has many people on her side. All her friends and family agree completely with what she's doing, and the media/internet almost always refer to Malala as a female Gandhi, or the bravest person in the world. I think Malala's determined actions at such a young age contributes to the awe that people have of her. 4) Malala is influenced by Gandhi because when Gandhi made speeches about resisting the unfair British laws, he had convinced most Indians to support him just by using words. After persuading people not to buy supplies from the British, the British government suffered from the decrease in their power and wealth. That was when Gandhi planned many events to get more people on his side, when his opponents were weak. After people in Pakistan watched Malalas speeches, they got the courage to speak up about girls rights. This is slowly muting the fear people have of the Taliban, because more people are realising that there are many people who are against the Taliban. That's why the people who are against the Taliban are gradually gaining power. "One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world." -Malala Yousafzai 2) Malala wanted for the girls and women in Pakistan to have the same rights and privileges as men and boys. For example, she wanted for girls to be able to go to school at the same time and age as boys. Malala thought that the Taliban weren't allowing girls to have an education because if they did, the girls would be stronger and smarter than them. 1) Malala wanted change because the Taliban, a terrorist group that is active in Pakistan, banned all girls from going out of the house without elder male company, let alone go to school. To prove that girls having an education was forbidden, the Taliban bombed over 400 schools, and even threatened to kill girls like Malala "All I want is an education, and I am afraid of no one." -Malala Yousafzai Malala created change by writing a book, "I am Malala". In it, she wrote about all the unfair ways the Taliban had treated her, and her life growing up with the Taliban. She also wrote about how her life is today. This created change because it was published in many different parts of the world, so people could see how unfairly girls and women were treated in Pakistan. Because some places, like America, had more resources than Pakistan, they were able to send out help, like charity organisations.
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