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Malala Reacts to 1,000 Days Since Afghan Girls Were Banned From School

Season 2024 Episode 6250 | 5m 18s

A grim milestone in Afghanistan this week as the country marks 1,000 days since girls were banned from attending secondary school. Afghanistan is once more a desperate place for women, who are seeing their rights fade away in a reality Malala Yousafzai calls “gender apartheid." Malala discusses her foundation’s announcement today of another $1.5 million pledged to keep girls’ education alive.

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