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Davis Guggenheim’s new documentary, He Named Me Malala, tells the story of the student activist and youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Malala Yousafzai. Through Malala’s story,  Students Stand With Malala hopes to inspire thousands of youth advocates across the country to stand up for every girl’s right to receive a quality education, and to raise their own voices about education and access to education both here and abroad.
“One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.” – Malala    
Please check out the  Students Stand With Malala program. In an effort to inform students about the challenges many of their peers around the world face in gaining access to education, the Students Stand With Malala campaign is offering high schools and middle schools free field trips (tickets and transportation) for students to see He Named Me Malala*, as well as a robust curriculum, discussion guide, and  opportunities to take action on behalf of girls globally.   
Join students and teachers as they: STAND WITH MALALA . See the trailer and learn more about the film. It is rated PG-13 so this opportunity is for middle school and high school classes only. Schools and teachers can sign up here.   

*Field trip program is subject to movie theater and ticket availability and limited to locations as determined by the film’s distributor in its sole and absolute discretion.  Terms and conditions may apply.