Malala's Father Explains That His Daughter Is So Strong Because He Didn't 'Clip Her Wings'
Ziauddin Yousafzai’s daughter Malala was shot by the Taliban in 2012 after she had just boarded a bus to school. Today, Malala is recognized around the world as a global leader for women's rights ... at the age of 16. Ziauddin explains in his TED talk how he was determined to raise his daughter to be strong, confident, and passionate. He stresses that the plight of millions of women could be changed if both men and women think differently and break against the norms of family and society. His message gives an inspiring lesson for all of us — fathers, mothers, men, women — to hear.