International Day of the Girl is all about celebrating your #GIRLHERO, and education activist, student and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai is our ultimate #GIRLHERO. Now is the time stand #withMalala by seeing He Named Me Malala, a new documentary film about Malala and her fight for education for girls worldwide. Here are 4 ways to take action:
See the Film: Get your friends, family and classmates together to see the film in theaters. Here is the full list of cities where the film is available. Better yet, schools can stand #withMalala and apply for a free field trip to watch and learn from the documentary together.
Express Yourself: Use the He Named Me Malala Discussion Guide to gain insight into the film and start a conversation with your Girl Up Club, class, friends or community group about the importance of improving girls’ access to education worldwide.
Download the Toolkit: Inspired to do even more? Use this toolkit to put up flyers, write articles for your local paper and create artwork in honor of Malala and other girlheroes.
Share the Love: Did you see the film? Tell us what you thought by using the #withMalala and #GIRLHERO hashtags on social media. Girl Up Clubs and Campuses — remember to submit an Activity Report in the Girl Up Community.