Malala Yousafzai Research Paper

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The Power of Disobedience
Is Disobedience a valuable human trait or---. Since people can remember, rules have always existed everywhere in the family, public places, and as well in the country. Every person decides if they want to disobey for good or for bad. Which one are you? Disobedience is a good human trait because it can lead to historic improvements, justice, and it can also prove people wrong. To begin with, back in the 19th century, it was very hard for women to express their opinion, since they were thought to be less important than men. Only some women were brave enough to stand for their rights and make a difference in the country. For example, Alice Paul, the women that went against the law just to give women their suffrage.
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To fight for your dreams is sagacious and not letting people bringing them down. Malala Yousafzai is the perfect example, because she disobey the Taliban rules a group of terrorists in Pakistan, which prohibited education for young girls'. Malala Yousafzai advocated for girls' education, which brought her a death threat by the Taliban. Malala Yousafzai proved the Taliban that she was brave and that she was not afraid of them. The Taliban made Malala Yousafzai stronger and they made her want to fight for these poor young girls' that just wanted an education. Malala Yousafzai proved the Taliban wrong by disobeying and making a change in the world. She gave hope and inspired many girls' to overcome things that sometimes do not seem fair. Malala Yousafzai won a Noble Peace Price for disobeying for these girls' future, she disobeyed, she disobeyed, she disobeyed and she made a change and she now is admired by a lot of women around the world. Everything starts from something and that something would be nothing, if these inspirable people would not have the bravery to take a stand for what they thought was right. Always follow your thoughts even when people doubt them, because not always what people say is