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Did you know cheerleading in American schools was like this?
Malala Yousafzay is a Pakistanese girl. This winter, she was shot in the head by Talibans in her country because she wanted girls to be educated.
She was sent to England to be operated on and she was saved. She was given British nationality for her and her family.
Last week, on her 16th birthday, she went into the UN (= ONU in French) building to give a speech about education.
She said : “one child, one teacher, one book, and one pen, can change the world.” and “Education is the only solution”.
She said she forgives the person who tried to kill her. She also said she wants education for the children of the terrorists as well as for all children.
This is a short extract. If you want to listen to the full speech you can go here :
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In the USA, June 14th is Flag Day.
When anti-Muslims protesters came to the new mosque in York (England), they were welcomed.
The Muslim leaders of the mosque offered tea and biscuits to the protesters, and invited them inside to discuss their convictions.
After the discussion, they all played football together… typical English happy ending!
Carl Warner is an special artist : he makes pictures with food! Check out his technique – and the artistic results.
Malala Yousafzai, the teenager who was shot in the head by Taliban in Pakistan for advocating girls’ education, attended her first day of school in Birmingham, England, weeks after being released from hospital.
The 15-year-old, who is among nominees for this year’s Nobel peace prize, described her return to school as the most important day of her life, as she joined other students in Birmingham.
“I am excited that today I have achieved my dream of going back to school. I want all girls in the world to have this basic opportunity,” she said.
George Washington Carver is a famous American scientist.
Your penpals’school was named after him.
Even in the USA? St Patrick’s Day is celebrated! Have you ever seen a GREEN river?
Malala is a 15-year-old Pakistani girl who fought for girls’right to education.
She was shot in the head 4 times by Talibans who don’t want girls to be educated.
She has been treated in a London hospital and is slowly recovering.