Malala And The Women Who Inspire Anne Wang-Liu
A well-educated human rights lawyer who is an advocate for women around the world, particularly in conflict zones. She's a powerful woman who is not afraid to be feminine as well.
Activism can start at any age, and her pursuit of equality in education is a great example for people of all ages. She fought to go to school and get an education, despite being shot. My daughters love her book I am Malala.
A generous, funny woman who inspires others. Most of her show can be watched by children of all ages, the girls and I watch it together. She encourages kindness and thoughtfulness, her positive attitude brings joy to so many and she knows how to have fun.
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She created an incredible world that enchanted children (and adults) and introduced them to the joy of reading. Her creativity is an inspiration to those who aren’t afraid to dream.
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A role model for every First Lady that comes after her. She used her position to advocate for children’s health and to combat childhood obesity. She is looked upon as a true and equal partner to her husband and not just as the wife of a president.
She dedicated her life to philanthropic work and used her position to support the well-being of children around the world. She remains a global icon of elegance and class.
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