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Malala and the Taliban

Malala Yousafzai, the little girl from the Taliban infested area received the Nobel peace prize for 2014. Has this award given a “food for thought ” to her baitors? 128 more words

Malala urges children to fight for education

Peshawar – Pakistani education campaigner Malala Yousafzai, the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize winner, urged children in her homeland on Tuesday to stand up for their right to go to school. 370 more words


The importance of celebrating Malala

I was invited to speak at an event in the Boston area recently titled “Celebrating Malala”. I talked about the hostile propaganda against her in her home country Pakistan, and the need to support her regardless of misgivings about how ‘the west’ or others are ‘using’ her. 737 more words

Poetry: "On Malala"

I am one of those who have been charmed by this amazing young woman and her cause, so I wanted to channel some of my feelings into poetry. 126 more words


We Need More Freedom Fighters

In August of 1961, President John F. Kennedy stated of the Berlin Wall, “It’s not a very nice solution, but a wall is a hell of a lot better than a war.”  Little did he know that it would divide a nation for nearly 28 years.  470 more words

Madonna's relevance in today's Music Industry

Madonna has been around for 30+ years setting trends, new styles and spreading controversy since day one, but most of all, she has been delivering GOOD music. 447 more words



Malala Yousafzai, a Nobel Prize winner and global icon for girls’ education, is spreading her philosophies of human rights and youth empowerment to college and high school classrooms across the world. 284 more words