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  • 17th October
    2014
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  • 10th October
    2014
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womenwhokickass:

BREAKING: Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Malala, now 17, was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman two years ago in her home country of Pakistan after coming to prominence for her campaigning for education for girls.
She won for what the Nobel committee called her “heroic struggle” for girls’ right to an education.
She is the youngest ever winner of the prize. (x)

womenwhokickass:

BREAKING: Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Malala, now 17, was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman two years ago in her home country of Pakistan after coming to prominence for her campaigning for education for girls.

She won for what the Nobel committee called her “heroic struggle” for girls’ right to an education.

She is the youngest ever winner of the prize. (x)

(via stopwhitepeopleforever)

  • 5th October
    2014
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  • 5th October
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  • 5th October
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  • 5th October
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  • 5th October
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FRANCE, Caen : The monumental statue “Unconditional surrender” by US artist Seward Johnson, is seen in the northwestern city of Caen on October 4, 2014. The statue, inspired by the famous photograph made by US photographer Alfred Eisensteadt in New York’s Times square in 1945 at the end of WWII, has been drawing controversy since it appeared that the kiss might have been the result of a forceful action, and the French feminist association ” Osez le feminism” (Dare Feminism), considering it as the representation of a sexual assault, denounced an inappropriate symbol for freedom and launched a petition for the statue to be removed. AFP PHOTO / DAMIEN MEYER

afp-photo:

FRANCE, Caen : The monumental statue “Unconditional surrender” by US artist Seward Johnson, is seen in the northwestern city of Caen on October 4, 2014. The statue, inspired by the famous photograph made by US photographer Alfred Eisensteadt in New York’s Times square in 1945 at the end of WWII, has been drawing controversy since it appeared that the kiss might have been the result of a forceful action, and the French feminist association ” Osez le feminism” (Dare Feminism), considering it as the representation of a sexual assault, denounced an inappropriate symbol for freedom and launched a petition for the statue to be removed. AFP PHOTO / DAMIEN MEYER

  • 5th October
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  • 2nd October
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