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Bozeman students learn Malala's story on Human Rights Day

Chief Joseph Middle School Human Rights Speakers
Mike Greener/Chronicle

Genevieve Chabot, of the nonprofit Iqra Fund, talks to students at Chief Joseph Elementary School about the struggles girls have had fighting for an education in Pakistan during a series of talks focusing on human rights Tuesday morning in Bozeman.

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A lot of Bozeman middle-school students wished they never had to go to school — until they learned Tuesday about girls in Pakistan who want an education so badly they risk their lives.

Genevieve Chabot of Bozeman told students at Chief Joseph Middle School that she just returned from London, where she met Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl shot in the head by the Taliban for her outspoken advocacy of education for girls.

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