Malala's Adaptability To The Future

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Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to people who prepare for it today. Malala’s father wanted to educate everyone because he felt everyone deserved the right to be educated. Malcolm X believed that blacks should be educated in the same way whites were educated. Both of them wanted the education of the people they spoke for to have equal privileges. Malala and Malcolm X struggled to bring education to the people of their towns. Education is the best way to prepare for the future, that is why Malala’s father and Malcolm X stood up for education. Education is the most important building block that you can have. New doors open if you are given the privilege (right) of being educated. The entrance to Malala’s…show more content…
Education preserves the future by teaching us about the past. We learn what we are capable of and what we want to do , and sometime we can surprize ourselves by doing something we didn’t think we could do. Our education determines what our future will be. By preparing for the next day, we can accomplish every goal we have for education. We prepare for the future everyday we can. Education may be the future, but not everyone has great access to it. Malcolm X said that his people, Afro-Americans, were not being educated because the schools had no money. Malala had the same problem because her religion did not believe in women education. Both of them faced many hardships but still got educated. Malala with her secret school and Malcolm X openly speaking out. As a student, I appreciate learning, even though I don’t like to most of the time. Before reading I Am Malala I never appreciated how gifted I am to go to a nice school five days a week. I do not know how I would feel if I was put in Malala’s shoes or even Malcolm X’s. I do not think I would have the courage to stand up for my education and other people’s. The Taliban would have terrified me, even the US at Malcolm X’s time would have terrified me. Malala and Malcolm fought the struggle, and both of them appearing to lose the fight actually won. They both knew the importance of reading and writing, they knew how it would shape peer’s futures. Malcolm X and Malala both knew the passport to the future was education, so they thought “Why not prepare for tomorrow

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