Malala Yousafzai , activist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, was born in Pakistan, where most people celebrate the birth of boys -- not girls. But her family was different. When the Taliban moved into their village, Malala and her father dared to speak out against their violent actions and policies. When Malala was rewarded for her work in support for her work in support of girl's right to an education, an attempt was made to take her life. But Malala's story is about fear and hope. It's about standing up for what you believe -- no matter what. Malala's voice is loud and strong and is for all girls around the world!