Her story is touching; her message vital. In 2012, when 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai was targeted and shot by the Taliban in Pakistan simply for promoting education for girls, the world was shocked. Now her remarkable and brave mission has been captured in a wonderful film, He Named Me Malala.
In celebration of Women’s History Month and National Public Health Week, Stony Brook University’s Division of Undergraduate Education and Program in Public Health, in partnership with the Malala Fund, are proudly showcasing this film for our community at the Charles B. Wang Center on Tuesday, April 5, from 5 to 8 pm. The evening will begin with a light supper and a chance to meet and mingle. After the film screening, a group discussion will be led by Lauren Kaushansky, a lecturer in the Department of History, Professional Education Program.
Please join us with your guests for this special, free event. Registration is required.