Here's Why Malala Yousafzai Should Be Your #WCW!

When Wednesday rolls around, we only have one thought on our mind–who should be our #WCW? With the trailer for her life story out, it only made sense that the honor should be bestowed upon Malala Yousafzai. You may have no idea who she is and that's why we are here to make sure you are on Team Malala by the end of this post.

Malala fights for her belief that women everywhere should be able to have an education.

This is a photo for a magazine shoot with Glamour magazine of Malala Yousafzai. She is sitting at a chair in an empty classroom with a desk next to her. She is wearing an orange outfit.

(via Glamour)

And she isn't afraid to take a stand for that belief. Malala and other girls were banned from attending school in Swat Valley, her home in Pakistan. This caused Malala to go to England to get the education she deserves.

This is a photo of Malala Yousafzai going to school. She is wearing a green sweater with a blakc hijab on her head. She has a pink and white backpack on her back.

(via BBC)

Her activism to give women a better education has led her to become the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner EVER!

Malala Yousafzai is holding her Nobel Peace Prize in her hand. She is smiling and wearing an orange hijab over a gray dress.

(via Haaretz)

Malala is one incredibly well-spoken young girl. Her words are so inspiring.

A photo of Malala Yousafzai accompanied by a quote for a WeDay photo

(via Pinterest)

Selena Gomez is just one of the few celebs who support Malala's cause.

Selena Gomez is holding up one of her hands and she is holding a poster in the other expressing her admiration for Malala Yousafzai.

(via AXS)

What's even better is that Malala is just your basic, average girl here to save the world.

This is a photo of Malala Yousafzai laughing in front of a black curtain. She is wearing a yellow hijab with a floral trim.

(via The Guardian)

And she is living proof that one voice can make a difference.

A photo of Malala Yousafzai with a quote to the side of her. The image is edited in a pink tint.

(via Your Tango)

How does Malala inspire you? Let us know in the comments below.