Emma Watson and Malala Yousafazai Join Forces On Equality For Women


Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenage rights activist who last year won the Nobel Peace Prize, has told actor Emma Watson that her speech to world leaders at the UN made her change her mind about not calling herself a feminist.

UN global goodwill ambassador for women, Emma Watson, and Nobel Peace Prize winner/Activist Malala Yousafzai join forces on equality for women . Harry Potter star interviewed Malala at the premiere of the documentary ‘He named me Malala’ in a 23minute video clip. Watch the video Here

“This word ‘feminist’ has been a very tricky word,”When I heard it for the first time,“I hesitated in saying ‘I’m a feminist.’“Then after hearing your speech, when you said, ‘if not now, when? if not me, who?’,” “I decided there’s nothing wrong with calling yourself a feminist. I am a feminist, and we all should be feminists because feminism is another word for equality.” – Malala said.

Young girls doing great things.#inspired!

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