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March 8, 2018 - #InternationalWomensDay

Today is International Women’s Day. I take this day with some form of bittersweetness, because, let’s face it, we as a society should be at a point in evolution where the genders are equal – men, women and everything in between. 47 more words

Quote Of The Day

International Women's Day 2018- Lesson Ideas

March 8th marks International Women’s Day. A Day to Celebrate females all around the world as well as raise awareness for inequalities that women face. 412 more words

Day 21 - My Role Models


As an impressionable teen in a world full of some pretty bad people and occurrences, I feel that it’s of high importance who I choose to look up to. 369 more words

Lent 2018 - 40 Days Of Productivity

Why We Hate Malala?

The story started when a girl become famous by being a blogger of BBC as Gul Makai.
Her name is Malala Yousafzai.
Malala Yousafzai first came to public attention through that diary, published on BBC Urdu, which chronicled her desire to remain in education and for girls to have the chance to be educated. 1,431 more words

Reading for Women's History Month!

The Daily Beast just named A Woman’s Place Is at the Top on the list of “ten inspiring and thought-provoking reads about female groundbreakers” to read about during Women’s History Month! 37 more words

Phenomenal Women - Malala Yousafzai

Our second phenomenal woman is Malala, an activist who stands out because she dedicated her life to the fight for education with a zeal that many women more than twice her age fail to display.    163 more words


Why Malala Yousafzai is my Biggest Inspiration

The first time I had ever heard of Malala was when most others in the UK did. When in 2012 the headlines read “The Girl Shot By the Taliban”, the line she was commonly known by due to the large coverage on her progress by the media. 879 more words