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IMMIGRATION: CAN GOOD PEOPLE BECOME TERRORISTS?

Another thought on Malala’s story . . . which has been running through my head a lot, what with the controversy surrounding Trump’s so called “Muslim Ban”.   1,055 more words

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Malala: Activist for Girls Education

Malala: Activist for  Girls Education by Raphaële Frier
Illustrator: Aurelia Fronty
Published by: Charlesbridge
Date: 7 February 2017

I give this book:

As soon as I opened this book I saw a festival of colour through the delightful illustrations by the talented Aurelia Fronty.   229 more words

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Malala+

As the rest of the entire world, I have heard about her for a while, but to be honest I have never stopped and looked closer at her story. 1,063 more words

Who

Rappers to Watch From Every State in 2017 - NM

Who: Wake Self

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Age: pretty old

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Recent Projects: Malala (2016) 364 more words

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Champion of Peace: MALALA YOUSAFZAI

Defying death with a book and pen

An October afternoon in 2012, life took a drastic turn for Malala Yousafzai. It was just a normal school day, until a Taliban gunman shot her three times and one bullet hit her head. 715 more words

Champions Of Peace

Nobel Peace laureate Malala 'heartbroken' by Trump order

New York – Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani student activist and Nobel Peace laureate, said on Friday she was “heartbroken” by Donald Trump’s order on refugees and urged the US president not to abandon the world’s “most defenseless”. 318 more words

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Review: Malala Yousafzai: Warrior With Words by Karen Leggett Abouraya (Multicultural Children's Book Day)

Hi, guys! So you might have seen me do this last year, but in case you didn’t: today is Multilingual Children’s Book Day! Basically, this is a day founded by Valarie Budayr and Mia Wenjen to celebrate diversity in children’s literature–and they do this by connecting bloggers (and, this year, Instagrammers, YouTubers, and people on Twitter and Facebook) with books and authors so that we can spread the word about these books. 930 more words

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