Thursday, July 9, 2015

Malala to Leaders: Books not Bullets

July 8, 2015
Take Part Daily

"Most adults, let alone most 17-year-olds, tend to get a little nervous when it’s time to give a speech in front of their peers. But on Tuesday student activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai confidently addressed an audience filled with some of the world’s most influential power brokers—prime ministers, a crown prince, and the secretary general of the United Nations—and issued a clear challenge: Commit to free, high-quality, universal K–12 education for the world’s children and cut back on military spending to pay for it."
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