“I am Malala” is the true story of a fourteen-year old girl’s campaign for women’s right to education. In 2011 Malala was shot by the Taliban in a bus on her way home from school. 857 more words
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“Women in the 19th Century: Crash Course U.S. History #16,” Youtube video, 13:11, posted by “CrashCourse,” Published on May 23, 2013.
The nineteenth century not only hosted the fight for women’s education, but also many other movements championed by and for women. 90 more words
When: Friday, November 7th at 6PM
Where: Ten Thousand Villages, 6417 Roosevelt Way NE #101
This Community Shopping Event will support P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship Fund, a program that financially supports women from international countries pursuing graduate work in the United States or Canada. 65 more words
The most dangerous thing in the world, it’s been said, is an idea whose time has come. If that’s the case, Malala Yousafzai is arguably one of the best weapons against Islamist fundamentalism. 319 more words