Song, "I Am Malala" sure to inspire young girls
I have no doubt, "I Am Malala" will inspire all those that hear it. Showcasing talented young performers of different ethnicities who rap and sing to the hip and upbeat tune that provides a powerful message. I've had this song on replay of late, even though it was released a year ago. Check it HERE Malala Yousafzai is said to currently be the world's most famous teenager. Malala became the youngest recipient in 2014 to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
they say the harder the culture, they say the harder the girl i say the smarter the girl, then the stronger our world
The Pakistani child education activist who was shot in the head by the Taliban put aside the idea of ‘victim’ and went on do great things. She should be an action figure!
"Empowerment of and investment in girls are key in breaking the cycle of discrimination and violence and in promoting and protecting the full and effective enjoyment of their human rights” – United Nations Resolution 66/170
Take a listen. Here are the LYRICS:
Look, i wanna make a nation proud one day we’ll say things loud and be free with the power of our speech we can change our world and how it’s perceived we’ve got doubts and beliefs but not one thing’s truly out of our reach don’t tell me the sky’s the limit cause nothing can pull me down when I dream i’m working on turning ‘em into a reality and opening eyes and sharing a vision with every person who had chose to be blind i wanna focus their minds to show that despite we’re broken inside we can stand powerful together without a cloak or disguise i hope in the future that I can look back on a new generation that’s peaceful that’s grateful they’re equal cause those before made a change for the people with paints and an easel we picture perfect drew our attention to making the most of our time creating more than useless inventions i’m only young so I guess it’s down for you to decide would you choose to fight for what you believe in would you do what is right if I needed you would you stand tall with me right here by my side be the change you want to see, take a look through my eyes
I am Malala I am infinite hope I am Malala, I am, I am, I am I am Malala I am infinite hope I am Malala, I am, I am, I am I am Malala
they say the harder the culture, they say the harder the girl i say the smarter the girl, then the stronger our world from a country where we made fortunes of others misfortunes and betray our own people then we mourn for a portion of time always taught to fight for my rights Malala fought for education then she fought for her life it’s hard to strive to be better when oppressed by the suppressors treated like the lesser, just be clever ignore the ignorance from the ignorant society is ridiculous but it’s the world that we living in chauffeurs our drive and denies our desire being silent doesn’t help, it adds fuel to the fire how can somebody young like me even find any truth when nobody’s looking for truth in the youth life isn’t a choice, so who are we to say what’s void and Malala gave a voice to me cuz…
hard work and talent equals infinite growth in school a child and a teacher equals infinite hope