MY HERO celebrates the courage and strong principles of the young student from Pakistan who taught the world how to take a stand against injustice. Malala was born July 12, 1997, and Malala Day is celebrated on November 10.
Student Stories Celebrating Malala
Student and professional artists are inspired by the young activist Malala Yousafzai
An artist activist from San Diego, California, honors Malala in this tender portrait.
Malala has really impressed this student, with her bravery and unselfish nature. She acts courageously to help other young women.
International artists like Nina Cooper celebrate Malala's courage, fierce bravery and determination, in unique representations.
Malala, Advocate for Global Girls Education, is painted simply and directly by a young girl from Laguna Beach, California.
Faith Middleton accepts her 2012 induction, using the story of Malala Yousufzai to underscore the importance of inspiring and encouraging women and girls to use their voices to affect change.
"He Named Me Malala" is a documentary about Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai.
This song was commissioned by the Cornell University Chorus, Robert Isaacs, conductor, Adrienne Albert, composer.
"She is our candle they tried to snuff out.." --Anonymous Pakistani
Narrated by Susan Drennan Gabriel Bunn.
He Named Me Malala - Lesson Plans from Journeys in Film
This discussion guide gives you the opportunity to continue Malala's work: to learn about the status of girls' education in the world today, to discuss what you have read about girls' education, to explore resources to learn more, and to seek ways to make a change in your own community and in the wider world.
Organizer created on 10/2/2013 12:45:06 PM by Becky Miller
Last edited 7/1/2019 3:46:11 PM by Xenia Shin