History of Women
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History of Women

One Of History’s Bravest Children

Malala Yousafzai

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She completed her educational journey on a beautiful June day in 2020, First, she would get a long-needed rest. Then she would start the next part of her lifework. She was eager for this.

Malala Yousafzai knew suppression and fear. She wanted to save other Pakistani girls from that life.




If history was a Hollywood movie, the editing room floor would be littered with the stories of women clipped to make room for men’s stories. We are here to tell those stories.

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