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We love getting to know our Assembly readers so last week, we asked them about their breakfast! 🍞🥘🍊 👇🏾👇🏾
No #sharam ? No problem✋🏾 Popular artist Maria Qamar, aka @hatecopy , spoke with Malala Fund about representing desi culture in the arts and the "angry, shameless, sometimes sly" women featured in her work. Read more: .
15-year-old Aya from Morocco had green tea with a Moroccan bread called meloui. "The ingredients are simple but the secret is kneading... the more you knead it with love, the more it turns out flaky."
21-year-old Raisa from Canada ate nihari, a slow-cooked beef stew from the Indian subcontinent. "As it is with most dishes, the best part in my opinion are the parts that are the worst for you... My mom typically prepares it on special occasions like when we finish exams."
19-year-old María Teresa from Mexico ate huevos rancheros, a dish with two eggs and red salsa over tortillas. "Some people eat them with beans and cheese on the side. I like eating them because they are a very typical Mexican dish and because they tend to be spicy!"
21-year-old Sarah from Algeria had coffee and traditional sweets called msamen. "I like to drink black coffee and some msamen with sugar or honey on top. Others have it with some tea, especially in the south of my country."
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"We cannot succeed when half of us are held back. Education is the only solution."—Malala #YouthDay
Thank you and Canada for pledging $180 million for replenishment. We hope that other countries will follow your lead next week in Dakar. Educated girls become empowered women who grow economies. #WEF18