Pakistani Education Activist Malala Yousafzai Becomes Youngest Winner of Nobel Peace Prize

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Severn Suzuki’s speech at the University of British Columbia part 2



The Girl Who Silenced the World / 20th Anniversary

The Girl Who Silenced the World / 20th Anniversary

Published on Apr 16, 2012

The Girl Who Silenced the World 20th Anniversary – Video and Audio Restoration
This is an incredible video of a Canadian girl who spoke to the United Nations and left them completely silent and speechless for six minutes. Her name is Severn Cullis-Suzuki, and her speech was given at a U.N. assembly in Brazil when she was twelve years old. She had raised all the money to travel to the delegation, five thousand miles from her home, herself

Amazing 9 year old Asean Johnson brings the crowd to their feet at Chicago school closings rally

Published on May 20, 2013

By the end of this speech hundreds vowed to vote for Asean for Mayor in 2025, maybe even President.

Asean (ah-Shawn) goes to Marcus Garvey Elementary School, slated for closure by the Chicago Public School administration, an un-elected board who’s members are appointed by Mayor Rahm Elmanuel, former Chief of Staff for President Barack Obama

A High School student teaches his teacher

Published on May 8, 2013 BY James Smith youtube

Jeff Bliss decided to give their teacher a lesson at the Duncanville High School.
EPIC. Kid’s got his head on straight.
I give props to the guy, keeping his cool and not getting over his hat in anger.
Allegedly the teacher is Julie Phung, a World History/ Asian American Studies teacher.

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Tynker introduces your kids to programming code either at home or at school via @gizmag

The skills involved in programming are in many ways a lesson in life. Coding requires both logical and creative thinking which in turn lead to a greater ability to solve problems. Technology is shaping our world and our future and understanding computers and coding is a great way to engage with that future. Tynker, a California based education company, aims to teach your kids programming using a visual platform and is targeting 8 to 14 year olds with a 16 week course that promises both fun and learning.

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