Malala: How A Young Girl Became A World Symbol

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Marie Brenner, writer-at-large, Vanity Fair

Fifteen-year-old Malala Yousafzai has become a symbol of hope for change in Pakistan and the world. Since her near-fatal shooting in 2012, her voice and reach has grown, as she speaks out against the Taliban's influence, and advocates for education for Pakistani youth.

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