At the age of 18, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai became the youngest-ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala serves as a beacon of strength and hope for young women around the world who are fighting for the right to education.
Here, Malala shares her admiration for her mother, her father and people like Oprah, whom she's found to be a key source of inspiration in her life.
"Their belief in themselves was so strong that they defeated all their weaknesses," she says.
Malala tells Oprah how she finds peace and comfort in spending every morning drinking tea with her family.
"Even though we fight—every morning we fight, my brothers and I—but still the family's together," Malala says. "We feel safe, we feel happy, and we feel more comfortable."
Watch as this remarkable young woman reveals what brings a sense of tranquility to her life and what she hopes to accomplish next.
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