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“Mis cartas y tarjetas postales son mi manera de viajar por el mundo," explica la joven de 22 años de la India.
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We asked girls what music they're listening to. Their answers: Bollywood, Japanese rock and Kelly Clarkson.
In Assembly’s “Around the world” series, girls sound off on the topics that matter to them. Read more 🏽 https://t.co/SVDHIV8ZZc
"What tends to get lost in the current refugee crisis is the humanity behind the statistics." — @Malala in her book #WeAreDisplaced
In this Assembly piece, our super star fundraiser Anya, 10, writes how students like her can support girls' education in their communities. https://t.co/BqnFrf5hUI
#MondayMotivation: "There are many challenges that women are facing but it is important for us to join hands and to stand together for equality, whether they're women in Afghanistan or Pakistan or whether they're women in Mexico or in Canada, in any part of the world." — @Malala https://t.co/FUsrKM17ug
"When you become a refugee you get the freedom to start rebuilding your life, but it doesn’t necessarily get any easier.” via @StylistMagazine
8-year-old Ayesha Ayaz — Pakistan's youngest taekwondo star — says her next goal is to win Olympic gold. 🥇🥋via @gulf_news: https://t.co/toCcJIdPyx https://t.co/08MPLvkgGk
This year's youngest #Grammy nominee Ángela Aguilar on navigating identity and her quinceañera: https://t.co/yyql0ViMUo via @thelilynews. https://t.co/XWUYVi5cni
RT @MalalaFund: After immigrating to Lancaster, PA, Marie Claire became the first in her family to graduate high school. Today, she's studying to become a nurse so she can use her education to help others who are suffering.
#WeAreDisplaced: https://t.co/ds0qw140Vt https://t.co/oIhGl4mbDg
RT @MalalaFund: “If we stayed in Myanmar, we knew we would die. We didn’t know what to expect in Bangladesh, but at least we had a chance to live.” — Rohingya refugee Adija | #WeAreDisplaced https://t.co/ds0qw140Vt https://t.co/hdSC6ajKzG
RT @MalalaFund: “We did not talk about why we were leaving. But I knew that each person felt, as I did, that there was no choice." — Analisa on her journey from Guatemala to the U.S. in #WeAreDisplaced
Meet the 12-year-old competing to be the first female national champion of a male-dominated Norwegian dance tradition. via @TheAtlantic | https://t.co/Xr7wejcfOy https://t.co/Q1zALwQtgo
"I will vote on the day of election for a president who will bring sanity to our educational system." — Maimuna, 20, from Kaduna State ��#NigeriaDecides
"I want to see a Nigeria where the youth are represented:" ahead of the country's election this week, 33 Nigerian girls share their hopes for the next president: https://t.co/26NPCVCcpe https://t.co/vgIhCRWwYF
From mountaineers to astrophysicists, meet 50 extraordinary women from Pakistan 🏅🏾https://t.co/P5tVRwVLpN via @maliha_z_art https://t.co/1V7UqBP7Jj
These women want to turn the tide and get paid as much as men do. via @nytimes
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