Posted on August 25, 2020 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai is launching a digital book club.
Her club, Fearless, will be hosted by the website Literati (which hosts clubs by other big names like Stephen Curry, Joseph Campbell, and Susan Orlean).
“People have heard my story already,” she told Literati. “I think it’s time for people to listen to other womens’ stories as well.”
Yousafzai’s club will launch in October, but until then, you can preview some of her favorite books and genres in an interview she did with Bustle.
She gained worldwide fame when, as a teenager, she was shot by the Taliban in an attempt to stop her education advocacy.
Since then, Yousafzai has continued to fight for girls' right to receive an education, became the youngest ever Nobel laureate, written a few books of her own, and graduated from Oxford University.
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